Guidelines for e-Learning Instruction and Courses

Guidelines for e-Learning Online
Remember that less may be more.

  • Determine a consistent method for collaboration with your team.
  • Remember quality is more important than quantity.
  • Provide projects that include the local community, such as volunteering where needed, mowing lawns, helping at food pantries, helping at local grocery stores
  • Capitalize on the home environment in lesson plans. Reduce screen time and include physical activity as much as possible.
  • Use a checklist that contains all lessons that are expected to be completed each week.
  • Create a collaborative class contract with agreements regarding interaction with peers and teachers in online discussion platforms.
  • Track student progress to ensure participation and check-in with students if students are struggling or non-participatory. Use grace and understanding.
  • Give feedback to students on every assignment - voice and video is best!
  • Email parents a general update a minimum of once a week.

 

Guidelines for Instruction
Consistency in platforms for your learning management system (LMS):

                 ISTE Strategies for Distance Learning

  • Establish daily routines.
  • Provide robust and engaging learning.
  • Design independent learning.
  • Address the emotional toll.
  • Choose tools and stick with them (be careful not to overwhelm your students with too many new tools).

 

Guidelines for eNetLearning Courses

  • PMIEF: Project Management Toolkit for Teacher – Let us help you learn the best practices, project management skills that you can share with your students, whether their project is to clean their room, do a science project, or develop a community service project.
  • Becoming a Facilitating Teacher – Synthesize resources, strategies, and skills to use in your newly acquired online facilitation position.
  • Designing Blended Learning – Quickly get up to speed on delivering classes online
  • The Future of Education – Prepare for the future that you are inheriting now.
  • Educational Leadership in the 21st Century – In these difficult times we need leaders more than ever, be they administrators, technology coordinators, or curriculum developers.
  • Student Engagement with One-to-One – Learn highly effective instructional strategies for one-to-one learning. Identify the characteristics of engaged learners.

Register now for our April 1st eNetLearning courses.  We are here to help you in these difficult times.

Respectfully,
Your eNetLearning Team

 

 

Last modified: Tuesday, March 24, 2020, 5:01 PM