Supporting Educators who are transitioning to e-Learning during this unprecedented Coronavirus pandemic and school closures. Everything you need to know for taking your teaching and learning online.
Go Slow. eLearning is a skill that we must teach and practice.
Technology systems, communication, resource building, sharing and feedback loops are all going to take time to develop. Overwhelming your students in the first few days may mean that they feel a burden they can’t overcome.
Mel Hamada - Week 7 of eLearning
Originally from Canberra, Australia, I have been fortunate to work in China, Japan, UK, Tanzania, Vietnam and Australia. I have worked in the Elementary, Middle and High School as a Physical & Health Education teacher, and am currently employed at the International School of Beijing in China. I am a very keen athlete, a wife to Clint and devoted mother to three amazing kids.
I am always excited to engage in learning conversations and can be found on Twitter and Voxer @mjhamada or my blog www.melhamada.com
Originally from Canberra, Australia, I have been fortunate to work in China, Japan, the UK, Tanzania, Vietnam, and Australia. I have worked in the Elementary, Middle and High School as a Physical & Health Education teacher, and am currently...
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