Let Me Know If You’re Teaching K-12 Students Online Because Of COVID-19 & Would Like To Write A Guest Post About Your Experiences
I thought that this kind of collection would go along with my previous three related lists:
The Best Advice On Teaching K-12 Online (If We Have To Because Of The Coronavirus) – Please Make More Suggestions!
THE FOUR BEST TOOLS FOR TAKING EXISTING VIDEOS & MAKING THEM INTERACTIVE FOR ONLINE LEARNING
The Best Research Related To Closing Schools Because Of The Coronavirus
Here’s what I have so far – please suggest others:
Here’s an online guide from the Khan Academy that goes with the above video.
Short tutorials on MANY useful tech tools for teaching via distance learning here: https://t.co/bMlesbQmx9
Screencastify, Flipgrid, Seesaw, GoogleMeet, Padlet, Book Creator and more!
Huge thanks to #dearDISes!#SIOPDL @SIOPModel
— Allyson Newton, NBCT (@AllyteacherELLs) April 2, 2020
K-12 Online Teaching Academy is from San Jose State University.
To tell you the truth, I can’t figure out who actually brought this How-To Distance Teach Tutorials collection together, but it looks good.
Zoom Meetings for Education is the most helpful instructional video I’ve watched this summer, and I’ve watched a lot of them.
Video Tutorials On Splitting Your Screen On A Chromebook
I like this new bookmarklet created by Denis Sheeran. It makes the side pane from Google Slides disappear. Sometimes when I show slides on Zoom using presentation mode, the Zoom chat disappears and I can’t get it back. This bookmarklet lets me show the slides in “regular” mode without the distractions of the other slides, and I can easily see the Zoom chat window:
I am teaching remotely to adults by loudspeaker telephone and email. It is not possible to use computers at this time. Students live in remote aboriginal communities in South Australia. I am in Victoria. Just looking at some online training techniques for adapting to simple method. 7 students