This publication offers a range of practical tips and advice for remote teaching in all contexts.
Technology has already transformed our century. Smartphones, cloud computing, social media and videoconferencing are only a few of the major innovations that have exploded onto the scene. They have changed our lives and completely changed the ways in which we communicate and access information and learning.
Yet in 2020 teachers have also had to face another unexpected challenge – the Covid-19 pandemic. We know many children have missed learning during school closures and too many lack the conditions for remote learning. But the more that teachers can provide remote teaching the better.
These tips provide new ideas for teachers less familiar with remote teaching and provide fresh insights for teachers who already teach remotely. See the list of tips and guidance below:
- Getting started with online teaching
- Keeping your learners safe online
- Lesson planning for teaching live online
- A menu of ideas for online lessons
- Supporting neurodiversity in online teaching
- Inclusion in remote teaching contexts
- Helping parents and caregivers to support remote learning
- Supporting your child to learn remotely at home
- Maximising speaking opportunities in online lessons
- Maintaining student motivation while teaching remotely
- Using Facebook to teach English remotely
- Using mobile messenger apps to teach English remotely
- Teaching English via television or YouTube
- Teaching English using SMS
- Teaching English via telephone calls
- Teaching English via radio
- Teaching English remotely with limited technology
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