Shifting to Teaching Online

Shifting to Teaching Online - Session 1

Establishing Structures and Routines in Remote and Hybrid Learning

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Shifting to online instruction requires districts and schools to consider many aspects even before students can begin to learn. The structures and routines that are set up are critical to the future success of teachers and students. This session will provide the considerations to be made prior to shifting and provide extensive resources to assist districts and schools with these decisions.
Shifting to Teaching Online - Session 2

Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

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Shifting to teaching online can be a daunting task for administrators, teachers & students. The purpose of this resource is to provide educators with learning materials and resources to help with this shift.
Shifting to Teaching Online - Session 3

Building Relationships, Comunity and Communication

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Forging a strong community in an online environment can be a daunting task. This presentation outlines ways that educators can create a welcoming, successful classroom community during distance learning. Although the focus of this presentation is primarily on the importance of building structures for an online environment, much of what is discussed is also pertinent to an in-person learning setting.
Shifting to Teaching Online - Session 4

Deep Dive: Community and Communication

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The shift to online learning has forced educators to build capacity and increase the tools in their tool kit. This session will allow questions to be answered on any one of the previous topics presented. Additionally, the facilitators presenting the turn key session will provide brief updates on the most critical developments to online teaching and learning.
Shifting to Teaching Online - Session 5

Deep Dive: Engagement

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In this session, we will focus on: (1) understanding and reflecting on the different layers of engagement, (2) exploring engagement strategies to use in synchronous, (3) semi-synchronous & asynchronous instructional models.