10 quick teaching skills for teachers to engage students in online classes

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused a digital upheaval and pushed education to change drastically. Here are 10 quick ways teachers can improve their teaching skills to engages students in online classes.

he Covid-19 pandemic significantly altered the teaching-learning dynamics in higher educational institutions, influencing how educators and students interact. Business schools had to grapple with adapting to governments’ measures to contain the spread of the virus (via lockdowns, quarantines, and social distancing), whilst ensuring educational continuity.

Learning online is dependent on internet access and devices (laptops, mobile phones, or tablets), which many students may not have access to, or may face system disruptions and errors.

Moreover, online learning process comes with its own set of challenges for students, including decreasing motivation to attend online classes, lowered peer-to-peer interactions, delayed feedback or help from educators, feelings of isolation, or lack of physical exercise and screen fatigue.

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