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Professional Learning

Remote Learning 101 (Facilitated or Independent Study)

In this course, you will learn about best practices for remote learning, as well as how to implement a successful remote learning program by utilizing strategies that encourage community building, effective communication, and peer-to-peer collaboration.

At a Glance

Remote learning, also referred to as distance learning, gives learners who aren’t in a physical location for in-person education, access to online learning and materials. There are a variety of tools and strategies to make remote learning a positive and enriching experience for your students.

Topics

  • Digital & Virtual Learning

Outcomes

  • Learn about the basic components of remote learning
  • Learn a step-by-step approach for a successful experience with remote learning
  • Learn about professionalism and "netiquette," student codes of conduct, online privacy, and internet safety
  • Design a plan for your first week of remote learning with your students
Developed by:

NEA

Last Updated: 12/04/2020

Details

Audience Role

  • Education Support Professional
  • Specialized Instruction Support Personnel
  • Teacher

Grade

  • Early Childhood
  • Elementary School
  • High School
  • Higher Education
  • Middle School

Session Length

6-8 weeks

Session Format

Blended

Enroll in the independent study version of this course here to complete the course on your own schedule. 

Or:

Enroll in the facilitated blended learning version of course here.  Please note space is limited and enrollment ends on February 21, 2021. 

 

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