Remote Teaching Tips to Engage Students

Teaching is an amazing yet challenging task when you have your students present in a classroom physically. However, it is an entirely different thing when it is done remotely. Virtual or online learning has been around since the invention of the internet. This type of learning has been used by universities, colleges, companies, and organizations.

Remote teaching has improved tremendously due to the closure of schools as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the teachers are still unable to track what the students are doing behind the screens. As a result, more and more students get lazy in their studies and opt to write “take my online class” to a writing professional instead of dealing with these classes and exams on their own. But don’t worry – everything’s not that bad. There are strategies teachers can use to not only hold classes but also engage their students in distance learning. Let’s take a look at them!

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