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Remote Learning: Tools for Engagement

Remote Learning: Tools for Engagement

Remote Learning: Tools for Engagement

Tim Childers
Tim Childers
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

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Launch date: 13 Jul 2020
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Last updated: 23 Dec 2020

Reference: 195725

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Glenda Chatham (18 Nov 2020)
INFORMATIVE
Robert Ivey (16 Oct 2020)
Very good interactive demonstrations. Excellent examples given of various learning strategies. Easy to follow and learn.
Erin Hunt (15 Jul 2020)
As a teacher who has been taking a couple of years off to be a Stay-At-Home-Mom, I have not been a part of the sudden thrust into virtual learning due to the pandemic. I can only imagine the struggles that have come up for teachers, students, and families, but learning through this professional development video that these tools exist is encouraging as a parent, and a person who hopes to rejoin teaching in the future. These tools seem appropriate for whatever format school takes in the future. Even though this video was a little blurry at times, it was still helpful as Tim Childers spoke through what he was doing on the screen. It was obvious that these tools are simple to use, adaptable, and helpful to students, teachers, and parents. Thank you!

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Description

Online teaching expert, Tim Childers, shows you not only how to access students online but show you how to keep students engaged during various online platforms.

Objectives

The educator will learn to interact with students online.
The educator will learn how to access students online.
The educator will learn how to give feedback to students online.
Tim Childers

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Tim Childers
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

Tim Childers is the Health Science SLC Administrator at Fulton High School in Knox County Schools. He has been in Knox County for 8 years, and in education for 19 years. He was named one of the first DEN Gurus for Discovery Education and was listed on the very first "20 to Watch".

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Tennessee Academy for School Leaders
  • 1.00 Points -
    Exam Attempts: 2
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    Exam Pass Rate: 80

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User Reviews (3)

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Glenda Chatham (18 Nov 2020)
INFORMATIVE
Robert Ivey (16 Oct 2020)
Very good interactive demonstrations. Excellent examples given of various learning strategies. Easy to follow and learn.
Erin Hunt (15 Jul 2020)
As a teacher who has been taking a couple of years off to be a Stay-At-Home-Mom, I have not been a part of the sudden thrust into virtual learning due to the pandemic. I can only imagine the struggles that have come up for teachers, students, and families, but learning through this professional development video that these tools exist is encouraging as a parent, and a person who hopes to rejoin teaching in the future. These tools seem appropriate for whatever format school takes in the future. Even though this video was a little blurry at times, it was still helpful as Tim Childers spoke through what he was doing on the screen. It was obvious that these tools are simple to use, adaptable, and helpful to students, teachers, and parents. Thank you!

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