Delivering lessons online: tips for remote teaching
The recent school closures have brought with them new challenges for teachers and schools, which might feel unfamiliar and daunting. We at Kapow Primary wanted to help teachers overcome these challenges and carry on delivering high-quality lessons to their pupils.
We organised an exclusive live stream with Kapow Primary specialist Sarah Vaughan to learn all about teaching remotely, using video calling platforms and delivering online lessons using Kapow Primary’s presentations, videos and resources, for Art and Design, D&T, Computing, French and Music.
Sarah also gave tips on how to use Google Hangouts, Zoom, Microsoft Teams and more for remote learning.
The event also covered topics such as recording, video compression, copyright and more aspects of online teaching!
Watch it below:
During the event, we asked guests to share what method they’ve adopted to teach their remote learning lessons. Here is what they told us:
Next, Sarah thought she’d get an idea of how all the teachers on the call feel about the current situation, which might very well represent how most school staff are feeling at the moment. Here are the feelings most of them shared:
Access remote learning units of lessons
Ensure smooth and engaging distance learning with these units of lessons optimal for remote teaching across Computing, Art and Design, Design and Technology, Music and French!