Online teaching has emerged as the relevant part of education in past few years. Now it has become a compulsory tool of almost all educational institutes. Many classes are being conducted online via live lectures, pre-recorded videos etc. the usefulness and ease of teaching & studying in an online class has made it a modern tradition. Now every teacher and learner is somehow indulged in online teaching.
The faculty for which this trend is quite new, find it difficult to manage an online lecture precisely. Some teachers have their own set of difficulty which they face during teaching online. Therefore, prepared a set of suggestions to support teachers make complete and confident use of technology, in the current situation as well as in the future. Have a look at some of our suggestions:
Conduct interactive quizzes: A teacher can make learning interesting and fun for his learners simply by conducting interactive activities like quizzes. You can prepare an interesting quiz which will keep them engaged in studies. Short and quick quizzes amidst long lectures will provide your students a new way to flourish their knowledge.
Do your Homework properly: Doing homework seems to be student’s thing but here we are talking about faculty to do their homework. As a teacher you must be thoroughly aware and prepared of you topic which you will be teaching in your online class. If you are conducting live class then prepare some short notes of the topic which will help you during the class. If you are uploading a pre-recorded video then always view it completely before uploading and do some editing, if needed.
Be open for Queries: As student are learning online they might have some questions & queries regarding the topic that you have taught in your online class. So you should always be open for any type of queries. Tell your learners to feel free to ask their doubts, and you can clear them through chats or by giving some examples. This will help student to understand the concept more precisely.
So now you know some pro tips or hacks of teaching online don’t hesitate to be a part of this new tradition called online teaching. Be prepared, think creatively, be open for suggestions and ideas and remember the saying “Where there is a will there is way!”