Young children are not going to sit and listen to 30 minute teacher videos. Keep teacher input as concise and as short as possible. Plan lessons with lots of activities for children to complete. This will reduce screen time and keep children engaged for longer.
7/7/2020 05:33:57 pm
8/7/2020 04:37:22 pm
Thank you. I hope you found the tips useful!
17/2/2023 03:04:38 am
I´m amazed how quickly pandemic changed the way we see things. Specially with teachers and how we teach. this blog blown my mind. Many questions to answer you got it. Principally with our students give them a quality classes rather than a regular ones. If the world is changing why don´t we.
8/12/2020 09:47:50 am
Mind blowing blog post.
15/4/2021 09:39:20 pm
Thank you for advising us that when planning to conduct distance learning, it is important for us to plan the classes. In doing so, it will make it that much easier to conduct the class without any hiccups. Assuming that I am looking to have an online distance learning, I will make a point to have the curriculum outlined properly.
7/11/2022 10:09:12 pm
I love what you said about sharing screens. Ever since COVID my kid has had to adapt to electronic resources. I want my kid to have a balance between the two.
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With a keen interest in the neuroscience and psychology of learning, WAGOLL Teaching is about sharing research alongside great, simple teaching ideas to a global teaching community.
Ben has been in education for over 10 years and is passionate about simplifying high quality teaching and learning through innovative and practical approaches in the classroom.