Coronavirus Resources for Schools

How to Get Started Teaching Online - Outschool

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How to Get Started Teaching Online Introduction Getting Started Set up Your Technology Get started with Zoom Build a Lesson Plan Communicate with your Students and Parents Teaching Online: The Basics Quizzes, Homework, and Intervention Tools Introduction ìHello from Outschool.com! Outschool is an online learning platform for teachers to create, promote, and deliver online classes to children aged 3-18. Our team and community have deep expertise in how to run online group classes over live video, having had 80K learners attend over 300K online class hours. This document is a work in progress - we're updating it regularly. We hope you find it helpful! 1. Getting Started Set up Your Technology To get started teaching online, you'll need: ● A desktop, laptop, or tablet that is equipped with a camera, a microphone, and some speakers or headphones. Most laptops have all of this stuff built in already, as do most tablets. See system requirements for Zoom here. ● A broadband internet connection. See bandwidth requirements for Zoom here.

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