How to Engage Students Online Free Tutorial Download
What you’ll learn
You will to be able to describe the Gradual Release of Responsibility Model and adapt it to your subject.
You will be introduced to the tools features available in Zoom.
You will learn how to use popular tools, apps and/or websites to engage online students.
Students should have in-person/online teaching experience.
Students should have knowledge of popular teaching strategies.
Students need to have a laptop computer and/or tablet/smartphone to use the featured in this course.
Students need to have an iPad to use the tools featured in the bonus section.
Do you have to teach online in just a few weeks? Are you pressed for time when it comes to training because of your own family obligations?
Then, NOW is the time to take this crash course!
I want to show you the best tricks to engaging your students online, as quickly as possible. Because I am in the same situation with small children at home.
This course is designed for impact, not duration.
Is this course for you?
- You will benefit the most from this course if you are already a teacher and:
- You will teach online in the fall.
- You want to transition to online teaching.
- You want to increase engagement in your existing online classes.
- But. most importantly, you don´t have time to waste!
In this course, you will learn about:
- The Gradual Release of Responsibility Model
- Zoom Features, such as:
- Screen sharing
- Virtual Backgrounds
- Breakout Rooms
- Remote Control
3. Popular Online Tools, such as:
- Google Slides
- Tours and Expeditions
This crash course will show you how to:
- Simplify your lesson planning.
- Plan lessons for performance objectives.
- Understand the features that Zoom offers.
- Utilize the tools in online classes.
- Increase participation from your students.
- Provide the opportunity to collaborate in an online environment.
- Combine Zoom with popular online tools.
- Work asynchronously or in real time with students.
- Provide meaningful and personalized feedback through technology.
- Save time by using already made materials.
- Videos that demonstrate the use of the tools.
- A template to help you lesson plan on the go.
- Downloadable resources that overview each tool.
- Descriptions that help you prioritize the tools that will work for your subject.
- Examples of possible uses.
- Explanations of how educators can use and adapt the tools.
- Accommodation options to meet all students´ needs.
- An additional section of resources just for the teacher.
- An experienced online instructor who wants to help you!
You need a computer and/or tablet/smartphone. Having all three is ideal, but not necessary!
You don´t need advanced computer knowledge. Many of the activities can be done with a tablet and a stylus, making it an easier transition for new online teachers.
Note: For the bonus material, you do need an iPad.
These are the same tools that I use in my online classes to keep students engaged, interested, and having fun, while they learn! I´ve taught thousands of online students since 2014 and have a high retention rate because of the teaching strategies and tools that you will see in this course.
- Classroom teachers who will begin teaching online this semester.
- Existing teachers who need to learn the basics of online teaching immediately.
- Existing teachers who want to engage their students better while online