Updated: Jul 26, 2022
Are you ready to end the semester intense with virtual teaching? You have to listen to these tips and strategies by Dr. Heather Michel. During this interview, Dr. Michel shares her teaching story and the critical fact of teacher burnout. It is essential to set boundaries, stay fresh, and take care of yourself to avoid burnout. We also discuss the importance of connecting with other educators on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and at conferences.
Virtual learning and teaching strategies:
Foster relationships with students first - through bitmoji classrooms, google forms, emailing students, chat via DMs with students, free writing activities, and interactive journaling.
Procedures are seconds - how to do different things in the LMS, technology, and more.
Teaching is highly relational and emotional
Small doses of high-impact and engaging content
Communicate and share with parents
Have several touchpoints with your students, teacher and student, students to students, students to content, teacher, student, and family.
Give students opportunities to collaborate.
Provide students with leadership opportunities in the classroom
Connect with Dr. Michel