How to Forge a Strong Community in an Online Classroom
The text is about a curriculum that is presented flexibly and creatively online. Within the curriculum, a link is established with students and assessment is performed taking into account verbal feedback. This curriculum consists of five methods aimed at maintaining a sense of community online.
They say that there is no need to wait for the time to start learning, pointing out that learning is an experience where quality is important. Adapting to changing circumstances requires a link to the content. The focus of the learning is on the thoughts, reflections and questions of each individual, creating meaningful learning that students are excited about.
Improving social and emotional learning skills combines knowledge in the virtual world of learning. Active listening to the subject in the creative space reduces the need for real-time student meetings. Online learning often combines different students' knowledge, as well as creative exercises, listening arts and other things related to the virtual learning environment.
In order to conduct learning online, the teacher must be creative, able to encourage students to listen and connect with their students. Before the teacher starts online learning, teacher need to start with a small number of students to adapt to the need to keep the students' attention, and during the learning not only the teacher has to speak, but also allows students to communicate in their group so that the attention is kept things for smooth learning.
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