In this blog post, Caroline McKinnon, a teacher in the United States, describes how she connects her online classroom to the real world. Let us know how you are connecting your online classroom to the real world in the comments section below. — Last week, I took my class on
1. Don’t panic if you have tech problems. No sound, webcam issues, slow internet – we’ve all encountered problems with technology in our day-to-day lives, and teaching online is no different. If you (or a student) have tech problems, remember not to panic! If you’re teaching a group and find
This blog post features some personal reflections on teaching English online from Outcomes author, Hugh Dellar. Like many of you out there, I’ve found myself doing a fair bit of online teaching recently and I won’t lie – I much prefer face-to-face. I miss the way I can read a room full
10 Tips for Successful Online Lessons Teaching online for the first time might seem a bit intimidating, much like the first time we do anything. Remember the first time you had to teach your own class? How did you feel then? Excited and a bit anxious, I suspect. But guess
Breaking Through the Screen: A Dozen Tips for Engaging Students in Online English Language Learning Tips #10-13 Learning online can leave your students feeling isolated and unsupported. While you and your students can’t be in the same room, you can still foster a supportive learning community with and between students.
Breaking Through the Screen: A Dozen Tips for Engaging Students in Online English Language Learning Tips #7-9 How can you keep your students engaged as they sit in front of a computer or tablet screen or even a small mobile device? How can you encourage them to use and practice
In this In Focus Blog Post, Dr. Joan Kang Shin and Dr. Jered Borup share their first six tips for engaging students in meaningful learning activities. Stay tuned for the next six tips, coming soon! For more from Dr. Joan Kang Shin and Dr. Jered Borup, register for our special