4 Ways to Revive your Online Teaching Strategy when Homeschooling in Singapore

by Radhika Sharma Homeschooling is the best way to study

The internet is everywhere now and has made its way into academics as well. If you have not come across online teaching till now, it’s high time you opened the doors to Homeschooling in Singapore. On the contrary, if you have been teaching online, you may want to reconsider your strategies and update your tech skills. Irrespective of where you are, online teaching is the next big thing and as a teacher, you must brace yourself for its impact.

This post lists down 4 invaluable ways in which you can revive and re-plan your online teaching techniques. The concept has come a long way than mere video lectures and the following pointers will help you to improve your teaching methods. The online environment has massive advantages and you must use it to its full potential.

Use a chatoption to engage your students

Traditional video lectures will soon be obsolete. It does become difficult for students if they to wait a full hour to place their questions via email. Homeschooling in Singapore gives you chat options, where learners can post their doubts immediately and you can answer them live over the video.

Also, chat options enable virtual homeschooling students to interact among themselves as well. This brings in the classroom feeling and encourages healthy communication. Employ Hangouts or Skype and make your sessions interactive.

Make your live feed fun

A dull white background for all your lectures can become monotonous for your students. Consider changing the scene to a nearby park or your bookshelf in the drawing room. This way, students connect with the classes more and pay better attention.

A child playing behind you in the park may not always act as a distraction. You can use this to start a personal conversation which will make you more human to your students. After all, it becomes difficult to believe the screen always and this eliminates this fact.

Use photosand fun videos wherever possible

Traditional classrooms have this restriction that all your real-life examples will mainly depend on the student’s imaginative capacity. The case is not so in the digital world. If you want to quote a famous personality or talk about NASA’s rockets, you can show actual videos or images in between your lectures.

Visuals grab your student’s attention. Simply play a YouTube video or use a software that lets you skip to image galleries during your feed. This will improve your teaching method in a great way.

Employ the full power of emails

Homeschooling in Singapore provides you an online world and lets you have students from all over the world. Emails can make communication that much easy. With today’s technology, you can design emails as a visually perfect brochure and send the same email to a whole list of IDs.

Sum up your weeks’ lecture into a short presentation or video and send them over via email. Even if your students are at different time-zones, each one can reply back in their own time. You can also send over assignments, get in feedback via forms and do so much more.

Online teaching only sounds challenging but today’s technology is making it easier by the day. You don’t have to be a tech expert to harness its full potential. Use these strategies, improvise with your own methods and rule the online academic world.

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About Radhika Sharma Freshman   Homeschooling is the best way to study

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Created on Jun 12th 2018 12:49. Viewed 682 times.


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