πŸ‘ An Emergency Guide (of sorts) to Getting This Week’s Class Online in About an Hour (or so)

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The first step in going online is to talk with your students about what that would mean before you are forced to make the switch. Talk with them about what it takes to learn online. Have them go through your syllabus and brainstorm ideas for how to transition your objectives to online. Give them the freedom to suggest changes to objectives, or to even think of different activities to meet objectives. Ask them to talk to you privately if they don’t have Internet access at home, of they need other support services. Make sure they all have a way to check in with you (just so you know they are okay), and a back-up method or two in case the main communication method is not working well (or goes down).

One response on “πŸ‘ An Emergency Guide (of sorts) to Getting This Week’s Class Online in About an Hour (or so)”

  1. Backup method is very important! Despite being so connected kids can still be very hard to get hold of somehow!

    Great blog you have Aaron.
    Take care
    Jamie

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