When Teaching Goes Online

What do you do when you are suddenly faced with teaching online? How can you still teach when your interactions with students are all dependent on an internet connection and device availability? How do you make the material accessible?

I am a grade 3 teacher at an international school in Hong Kong. I've been teaching online since early February due to the Covid-19 outbreak. It has been a stressful journey, but I have learned a lot along the way. Here is a collection of what I've discovered helps me. I hope it can be helpful for others who may be find themselves in the same situation.

Ideas for teaching math online. Includes both a reflection on our practices and great resources.

My top takeaways from my experience with online learning.

A focused reflection on what teachers at my school have been doing to continue to provide high-quality literacy instruction using the readers and writers workshop model.

A quick overview of the apps I use on a regular basis with my students.

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