Strategize How to Move Forward with Teaching Remotely
Due to COVID-19, many districts, schools, and educators are currently required to provide remote teaching and learning. This experience has already begun to transform the way teachers teach and learners learn. Remote teaching has the potential to become a permanent option within the educational system. This course will introduce and support educators with effective strategies and best practices for designing and delivering online instruction to all learners.
Participants will learn about managing the day-to-day responsibilities of remote teaching and learning, collaborating with parents, keeping learners safe online, and engaging learners in real-world applicable activities.
- Manage the day-to-day responsibilities with remote teaching and learning
- Identify the best digital resources available to meet the learning needs of students
- Share information and lessons with parents and students in a safe, organized manner
- Grow and learn in a balanced professional and personal life
- Develop and implement a curriculum that supports remote teaching and learning
Number of Units: 2.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for K-12 educators, administrators, and any other interested stakeholder, wanting to learn about and understand teaching remotely to continue student learning.
Course Materials: No textbook required.
"Great course. Very helpful." -- Marcela C., Educator, Riverdale Joint Unified School District, California
Applies Towards the Following Certificate(s), Professional Programs and Series
- Learning and Teaching in a K-12 Digital Classroom Series : Courses - Enroll in One or More
- Remote Teaching and Learning Series : Courses - Choose One or More