Useful tips on how to be successful if you are forced into teaching online during this coronavirus outbreak. Here are six easy steps that teachers of all subjects can use to help them through this process of starting to deliver their instruction online.
This post was prompted from the following Tweet: Twitter March 26, 2010: @mbteach RT @NMHS_Principal: A simple fix for Internet censorship in schools http://bit.ly/bjH5AQ The article referenced above was based on an interview of Craig Cunningham, a professor at National-Louis University by the author, Mitch Wagner, entitled,
When classroom chaos can’t be helped or controlled via traditional means, enter the Facebook and Apple’s Remote Desktop.
Last week was my first live broadcast over the Internet. I have been thinking about it for a while and doing a little research here and there. When I finalized plans with Grammy/Clio winning composer, Robin Batteau, to come to my school and give a master class on composition, I thought that would be a great time to dive into the world of live internet broadcasting. You can check out my Ustream channel and see the video of the event at MusicEdTech: