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.
Your eNetLearning Team