Put some of these high-impact distance learning strategies into your work to help your students make the most of their remote learning experience.
With at least another semester of remote teaching in classrooms from kindergarten to graduate school, professors, instructors, teachers, and parents will need to learn ways to keep their students engaged long enough to help them learn a lesson or two (or 16).
Below are some distance learning strategies that may apply to your environment – and you are invited to share your own in the comments below!
Distance Learning List
- Distance Learning: A Gently Curated Collection of Resources for Teachers
- 25 Distance Learning Ideas from Teachers
- 4 Ideas to effectively teach with distance learning
- 50 Back to School Activities for the Remote Learning Classroom
- How to Overcome Classroom Zoom Fatigue
- 15 active learning activities to energize your next college class
- Remote Teaching in a Hurry
- 70 eLearning activities, templates and tutorials
- The Science of Keeping Kids Engaged—Even From Home
- Connecting With Reluctant Remote Learners
Plus we cannot forget about our most vulnerable students who are continuing their education away from their campuses:
- Resources for Homeless and Foster Youth College Students
- Maintaining an Equitable Space Online
- Online schooling has a tech issue that no apps can fix
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