Distance Teaching: Challenges

Fist things first: no need to panic! Remember, you are an expert in your subject matter.

  1. Dismiss the knowledge gap
  2. Get to know your software
  3. Create a distraction -free workplace
  4. Set clear expectations
  5. Start every class with a warm personalized welcome
  6. Provide examples
  7. Give effective feedback

Real LAVA?

We had a wonderful lesson yesterday thanks to Cap Hensley! We have recently been learning about mountains and volcanos with my students of the 5th form. And we had a chance to see and to touch OBSIDIAN – one of the glassy products of volcanic activity, formed by the rapid cooling of silica-rich lava. When Cap Hensley brought it to the classroom, the kids shouted: “It is LAVA!” Great hands-on experience)))