Teaching a Distance-Learning Course

Teaching for Interaction

Interactive video learning isn’t that different from a normal classroom.

Just think of your distant students as the back row of your class, because that’s where the monitors are. You wouldn’t let someone sit and not contribute in the back row of your class, would you?

  • Direct them questions.
  • Work to bring them into meaningful learning conversations.
  • Assess them daily to make sure they are understanding the content you have presented and can move that content into a higher level on Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning.

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