Principles of good online and offline teaching

In the current scenario, teachers and students alike have been faced with a new aspect of education- online learning. Teachers not only have to plan their lessons according to the classroom atmosphere but also  consider the environment of students at home. As teachers, the responsibility of creating a good learning environment falls on your shoulders. Here is how you can make sure that the students gain the benefits of online as well as offline classes.


  • Create a learning community:

Creating a community of learners through opening activities that make them work in collaboration with one another is a good way to construct a suitable learning environment. While students are away from the classroom atmosphere, teamwork should still be encouraged so they can develop leadership skills and become independent learners.


  • Feedback:

Regular feedback and sticking to a proper schedule for assignments ensure that students are not burnt out throughout the week.


  • Comprehensive syllabus

Design a comprehensive, well organized, accessible syllabus that caters to the learning styles of students. The syllabus uses the abilities of the students to provide a holistic learning experience making it a great tool to boost their morale and retention.


  • Educational and fun breaks:

Sitting for classes continuously without any fun breaks can lead to students losing interest in their study materials. Activities that focus on their unique capabilities at the beginning and end of every class make sure your students are receptive to the material.


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