Teachers enrolled in this course will...


  • The concerns proposed by recent research that impacts online instruction
  • The appropriate times to utilize synchronous and asynchronous teaching
  • The key features that can help make an online “classroom” engaging


  • That online instruction looks different at every level and subject but can still be engaging
  • That reducing screen-time during online instruction is a key to student health
  • What it means to “humanize” online activities

and Be Able To

  • Incorporate social connection into remote instruction
  • Evaluate online lessons to determine how engaging they are
  • Create dynamic and engaging online lessons appropriate for their students
  • Utilize various methods for evaluating and assessing student online learning

and much, much more!

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