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Organizing And Managing The Online Classroom
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Online Classroom Management: Keeping the Class Running Smoothly
- Determine how to manage diversity issues.
- Recommend strategies to promote student engagement.
Discipline in the Online Classroom: Handling Challenging Situations
- Identify strategies for dealing with discipline challenges.
- Create a discipline plan.
- All objectives apply.
Organization: Preparing for a Successful Online Class
- Describe online class components and their functions.
- Design online classroom procedures.
- Create a course syllabus.
- Create a plan for promoting parental involvement.
Relationships: Building a Positive Online Experience
- Describe the roles and responsibilities for K–12 students, teachers, administrators, parents, and other key personnel.
- Identify strategies for establishing a positive online community, including promoting the concept of digital citizenship.
Online Classroom Management: Preparing for Success
- Create a plan to promote goal setting, time management, and communication skills for students.
- Identify the unique opportunities and challenges for collaborative learning in the K–12 environment.
- Develop a personal philosophy for managing a course.
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