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Online Course

How To Teach Online: Providing Continuity for Students

via FutureLearn

Overview

Discover practical ways to teach and support your students online

As the coronavirus pandemic spreads, there has been an increasing move towards teaching online as schools and universities shut.

Even for experienced practitioners, this situation presents challenges. However, with the right knowledge, you can overcome the hurdles presented by teaching online and embrace its possibilities.

On this course, you’ll be given practical steps towards online teaching and student support. You can reflect on your own work, adapt your approaches, and share your stories with a global community of educators who’ll help you to get started and keep going in uncertain times.

This course is designed for educators, teachers, lecturers, and trainers who have to rapidly move from face-to-face to online teaching in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Taught by

Matt Jenner

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Reviews

5.0 rating, based on 9 reviews

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  • Nicole Vernon
    If you are a teacher going into online teaching for the first time and not sure how to begin, what strategies to use, then this course is for you. Do you have material and no idea how to arrange it to be presented to students? This course is for you....
  • Anonymous
    The course was really informative and useful for each teacher. I am sure that everyone found anything interesting here. I would like to express my gratitude to the organizers of the course and my colleagues from all over the world who shared their experience and ideas.
  • Anonymous
    HOW TO TEACH ONLINE FUTURELEARN, Providing Continuity for Students

    First of all I do appreciated all your efforts, as you mention this course was done “in the rush”, to HELP us, for that thank you very much, one comment: I notice one mistake, there is a letter “a “ missing in the word education.

    Punto 1.9 How to be a Better Online Teacher: Advice Guide Adults

    Flower Danby in the Chronicle of Higher Eduction This article includes ‘10 essential principles and practices of better online teaching’

  • Anonymous
    I took this course to familiarize with online teaching because I'm getting ready to take a test to qualify for a teaching position. I learned a lot, not only about the contents of the course, but the structure of it also helped me understand the different requirements of online teaching. Very flexible, loads of resources to investigate and a great community to reflect progress. Completely recomended!!!
  • Anonymous
    One should visit this site and must do these courses. It helps us in every sort and I have been the student in this quarantine. As a teacher I faced a lot of difficulties of conducting the online session but now I'm familiar of these trick and using the strategies in my classroom.

    Regards,

    Sana Ikram
  • Anonymous
    Very detailed and structured activities and information to be able to start with teaching online. This course helped me a lot to be more self conscious about my practices and also I have a lot of new resources to apply to my classes.
  • Anonymous
    The course is very helpful and very much relevant to the present time. The lessons and activities were well structured. It guarantees not only professional development but personal development as well.
  • Anonymous
    I find it interesting and useful to join such a course to increase my knowledge, support my learners and colleagues.

    I find it a chance to learn more about the topic I need .

    Thanks very much
  • Anonymous
    Was an interactive , engaging and enlightening course. I learnt a lot from my peers and others. Would also like to do some more courses. Learning and gaining knowledge must never end.

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