Curriculum Directors: Change Education with Online Learning

11/13/2011 12:00:00 AM
Start with professional development and sell teachers that online learning is a good thing. Get buy-in from the principal and administration so the teachers do not feel that they are on their own. Then, make sure the curriculum is set up to be delivered in an online course.
With free online workshop tools, educators can easily create online courses, adding assignments, video links, files, an online chat, a test or a poll to the class.
Incorporating online discussions in an online, blended, or face-to-face class is a great way for students to connect, share information, and demonstrate understanding of subject matter.
Encourage teachers to expand their online resources and knowledge base. Check out this video to learn more about effective online teaching and learning practices.
PD Tips courtesy of Atomic Learning

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