Learn the difference between managing the online classroom like a boss or like a leader. Which is better for online educators?
Many students have self-doubt and concerns about taking online classes. Learn why it’s so important for educators to know what students are thinking to help them overcome their concerns.
It can be easy for online educators to “hide behind a keyboard.” Learn how using video to provide information and feedback can engage students and improve efficiency.
Reflective practices can help students retain information. Learn how journaling and other reflective practices can help students “think about their thinking.”
Online educators sometimes face challenging students who disagree with a grade or are argumentative in the classroom. Learn how to deal with such conflicts.
Learn how to naturally build diversity, equity and inclusion into the classroom structure through psychological safety, unconditional positive regard, and awareness about outgroups.
Creativity fosters learning so it’s important for online teachers to find ways to encourage creativity among students. Learn what to integrate creative approaches.
Building your presence and persona as an instructor is incredibly important in an online classroom. Learn ways to develop a strong presence with students.