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Distance Learning in 10 Steps ©: ELTA Webinar

My dear colleague Nevena Marković and I, together with ELTA, organized a webinar about distance learning in 10 steps for preschool teachers, primary and high school teachers. At one moment we had more than 500 people present! This post is a reflection of the webinar, and it presents the things we touched on in short. …

An Open Letter to All Students: Key Tips for Students in the Distance Learning Process – Communication

How about some communication tips for students currently involved in distance learning? We always only discuss teacher communication. Maybe we should help students communicate better as well! This is an open letter to all of you, students, who are now immersed in distance learning. We know that this is happening too quickly, and we know …

Moving your Preschool/Primary school Online – Interactive Advent Calendars of Activities for Parents, Class Dojo, Games & More

Hello, my dear educators! I wrote another post, this time, aimed at preschool teachers and elementary school teachers who need to transfer their schools to the cloud quickly. Of course, it is easier for the university, high school, and even middle school students, but the primary school students and preschoolers will lose the most content …

Classroom Management in a Large Online Classroom – Tips for Managing 20+ Students

Classroom management in large online classrooms does sound scary and impossible, right? The truth is, it doesn’t have to be that way at all. Having 50 students in a brick-and-mortar classroom is terrifying, but what happens when you have 50 students in an online, virtual classroom? These classroom management tips can be used in any …

Teaching Large Student Groups Online – 10 Steps & Apps – A Complete Guide: Teenage and Adult Learners

Hello, my dearest colleagues! I have noticed a lot of questions and posts in all teacher groups about teaching online recently. These posts usually come from teachers who are forced to switch to distance learning quickly. I’ve been teaching online for more than 6 years, and I’ve developed, moderated, and taught courses with over 1000 students. Teaching …

Free Environmental Courses for Educators – Content and Teaching Methodology

Being an educator who is heavily inclined towards using meaningful EdTech in my online and offline classroom, It came very naturally for me to search for online professional development. What I didn’t expect is to find plenty of quality free environmental courses for educators! I love most about the many courses listed below because they can …

What is a WebQuest?- An Example + STEPS for the Granny Cloud Created in Genial.ly (Young Learners)

In this post, I will describe a WebQuest example I created for the Granny Cloud in Genial.ly. You may wonder what the Granny Cloud is? Every child and every classroom is a story in itself, but the Granny Cloud is even more special because you can volunteer and join a virtual classroom no matter where …

Young Learners: Learn English through Music and Movement – Songs are not Just a Warm-up!

Why is music important, and can young learners learn English through music? Is it useful just in the warm-up part of the lesson, or can it be the focus of our lesson? Keep reading to find out how I facilitated an engaging music workshop. Then, let’s see what is learning English through music all about! …

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