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Professional Learning

TQ Distance Webinar 13: Building Routines for Student Success in a Virtual Space

This webinar will discuss how to teach students the necessary skills to confidently navigate virtual learning communities and also help students transition to virtual/remote learning that seems familiar to face-to-face instruction.

At a Glance

How can physical classroom routines (submitting work and getting help) be transformed for effective use in virtual spaces?

Topics

  • Classroom Management
  • Digital & Virtual Learning

Outcomes

  • Virtual Learning
Developed by:

National Education Association

Last Updated: 02/11/2021

Details

Audience Role

  • Teacher

Session Length

1 Hour

Session Format

Webinar

How can physical classroom routines (submitting work and getting help) be transformed for effective use in virtual spaces? This webinar will discuss how to teach students the necessary skills to confidently navigate virtual learning communities and also help students transition to virtual/remote learning that seems familiar to face-to-face instruction.

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