‘How Can Teachers Give Individual Support Online?’ | Teachers’ Tips #3

Giving particular students individual attention in virtual classrooms is very similar to doing it in person. Set the other children work to be getting on with collaboratively in breakout rooms while you give one-to-one support to those that need it. Teachers’ Tips Series with Kevin McAlpin Teachers, teaching assistants and other educators have raised many […]

‘How Can Teachers Come Across Approachably Online?’ | Teachers’ Tips #2

In the first ten minutes, you need to set the scene by building a fun and engaging atmosphere for your students. This helps them relate to you better. Ask them about their lives outside the classroom and don’t be afraid to share some of yours. Teachers’ Tips Series with Kevin McAlpin Teachers, teaching assistants and […]

‘How Can Students Get My Attention Online?’ | Teachers’ Tips #1

There are three main ways you can have your students get your attention online. These are: via the chat function, by putting their hands up on screen, and by using the ‘hand up’ button on platforms like Zoom and Microsoft Teams. Teachers’ Tips Series with Kevin McAlpin Teachers, teaching assistants and other educators have raised […]