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Remote Learning 101

The tips, tools and practices you need to teach remotely

When schools started closing their buildings and going online, educators were sent scrambling. After the dust settled, they were left with some questions:

  • How can learning continue to go forward during remote learning? (CAN it go forward?)
  • How can I build relationships and provide for my students emotionally?
  • How can I make the most of video calls and recorded videos?
  • Can I do this?

In this FREE course, Remote Learning 101, educators will get lots of practical tips, ideas and resources to make a plan for remote learning. They'll think through some of the key parts of it. They'll take practical steps toward building the remote learning class they need -- and their students need.

The course includes:

  • More than 2 hours of personal video footage with course instructor Matt Miller of Ditch That Textbook
  • A community element with discussion questions for the comments section of each module
  • Extra resources, including downloadable templates, video tutorials, podcast episodes and more
  • Downloadable (or printable) planning documents to help educators think through their plans

Did we mention this course is FREE??? You'll finish this course and think, "Wow, I can't believe they're giving this away!"


Your Instructor


Matt
Matt

Matt Miller taught in public schools for more than 10 years, teaching all levels of high school Spanish. In his career, he planned nearly 12,000 class lessons. He taught more than half a million instructional minutes. And he graded work for nearly 2,000 days of class.

His blog and book, both titled “Ditch That Textbook”, have equipped and inspired tens of thousands of educators in more than 100 countries. He is a Google Certified Innovator (Austin ’14), a Skype Master Teacher, a Bammy! Awards nominee, and winner of the WTHI-TV Golden Apple Award.

He lives in west central Indiana and says that he’s living the dream -- happily married … with three kids … two dogs … and a mortgage.


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