As I write this, UNESCO reports that 91% of the world’s students are out of school because of the coronavirus. While many education systems will use TV, radio or print to provide educational continuity to students, most places in the globe will turn to online learning.
This two-part post is designed for those who find themselves suddenly having to teach online (teachers, implementers, universities). This first post focuses on platforms and content. The next one will focus on instruction, assessment, preparing teachers and learners………..………………
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