Online teaching 4 of 15: do you need a book?


Here’s an interesting interview I’ve found with a school owner and online teacher Nina who thinks that teaching online changes students’ behaviour: they start looking for more relevant materials online and become more autonomous. She prefers not to use coursebooks because their structure is too rigid for this type of process – well, fair enough, as long as the quality of the other materials is suitable! And the best part of her interview is probably these lines at the end: “Instead of being worried or frustrated by the new, why not be excited by all the tools and opportunities to connect with people across the globe, why not keep inspiring each other, online and offline”. Are you excited yet? 🙂


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  1. Pingback: Online teaching 15 of 15: putting it all together | Kate's Crate

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