Planning Tips for Teachers Moving Online

As the majority of Florida’s education system transitioned online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, much focus has rightly been on helping students cope, both academically and emotionally. However, teachers who teach in a traditional classroom setting have also made the transition, in emergency conditions, and require support. 

We know engaged teacher-student interaction is important to parents. To help that interaction continue, FLVS has tips to help teachers manage their online classroom, with tools they can use when they return to their normal classroom setting.

Online learning involves a full and robust curriculum, with teachers providing live lessons and being able to truly teach. During an emergency situation, everyone – parents, teachers, students – is dealing with so many concerns. Also, though teachers have transitioned admirably on such a quick timeline, they understandably do not have the training and tools necessary for full online education. We can’t expect teachers or students to accomplish what they would under normal circumstances. That’s okay! 

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