3 ways to keep your online classroom engaged
Every single topic, every single class must be interactive in some way.
So, if the material is no longer the commodity, then what is? Its the whole class experience. Each and every single subject, every single class needs to be interactive in some way.
Ive developed 3 ideas for having an effective online class. But this list isnt restricted to simply the online area– physical teachers must take a look at these suggestions and reassess how their class is structured, too..
I teach computer system literacy at Digital Academy of Florida (DAOF) and Ive found many methods to keep my students taken part in my short time there. I begin by highlighting that its their class, not mine. Theyre in the drivers seat..
My class would not operate as smoothly as it does if I didnt gamify each aspect in some method. What this suggests is structuring class time into rather of a game. This keeps things significant– not simply a method to an end, as most classes are structured..
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When I was in school, I had to go to school every day since my instructors had all the info and I had to get it from them somehow. Kids these days have access to all the info they might ever ask for at their fingertips, on the web.
Make your class a video game.
My teaching approach is that the material is no longer the commodity. When I remained in school, I needed to go to school every day because my teachers had all the info and I needed to get it from them in some way. Kids nowadays have access to all the info they might ever request for at their fingertips, on the web.
Wesley Blauvelt, Computer Literacy Teacher, Digital Academy of FloridaWesley Blauvelt is a middle school computer literacy instructor at Digital Academy of Florida. He presently lives in Palm City, FL.