As districts plan for an uncertain 2020/21 academic year, many teachers have found themselves in a role they likely never imagined, that of an online teacher.
As we continue our series on addressing the challenges brick-and-mortar art teachers face in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we shift our focus to technical concerns. The issues addressed here were submitted by art teachers, but many of the solutions apply to all teachers who are new to online education.
When schools close due to unexpected emergencies, students who typically learn in a classroom environment may find themselves learning from home.
If your child's district has planned an extended closure and is looking to online learning as an alternative, it's important for parents to keep students focused. Consider these tips to help your child move ahead rather than fall behind.
Self-improvement can be a daunting task at the beginning of the year, no matter your occupation. Online teachers are no exception. Being prepared for the year ahead is important, if not for your own sanity, for your student’s success. Here are some tips that will help you glide into the new year with newfound confidence.