Physical campuses are closed, and students have moved online—here are tips from online educators to help students adjust to online learning

10 best practices for great online learning


Physical campuses are closed, and students have moved online—here are tips from online educators to help students adjust to online learning

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Switching from teaching in-person to teaching online presents both unique challenges and opportunities. At Relay Graduate School of Education, we run an online campus alongside our in-person campuses and came up with 10 practical tips from our veteran online faculty to support those making the switch to the online environment for live online learning instruction.

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1. Prepare links to your materials and share with your students in advance. This ensures students have what they need and can revisit resources later if needed. Also, this step can preempt any challenges that would otherwise come up during class.

2. Utilize a small group feature to get folks talking and engaging during class. As the facilitator, you can pop into different groups–just like walking around your classroom–to join in.

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