Preparing for uncertainty in online teaching and learning [Free webinar]
Teachers have already done an amazing job of adapting to the online environment in this extraordinarily stressful year. For that, I think everyone deserves a hug, not to mention a well-deserved holiday… and a pay rise!
Though the future in 2021 is looking brighter, it is still uncertain. What we can see, is that in the education world, both teachers and learners should remain ready to switch between face-to-face, online or blended classrooms as the COVID-19 situation continues to unfold.
How do we maximise the impact we have on online teaching? How do we develop efficient routines for blended lessons? How do we ensure we maintain and nurture positive relationships with our learners and their parents? How do we ensure our own mental health and stress levels are managed?
These questions still remain at the fore of mind as we head into the new year. So let’s delve in this webinar (that I originally hosted last August) to look at some ways we can better prepare ourselves.
Preparing for uncertainty in online teaching and learning
Join Kristina Smith, Teacher Trainer at Bell, and learn how to effectively prepare for different modes of teaching.
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