Online teaching 6 of 15: a list of myths

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If you need more ideas to convince someone (maybe even yourself?) that learning and teaching in a virtual classroom can be quite effective, this little listicle may be just what you need. The author dispels five myths about online education: that there is less social interaction, that you can’t see students’ reactions, that you can’t control the students, that technology is more important than your teaching skills, and that students need a lot of extra training in the use of technology. If you have also wondered about these things, just check the article at the link!

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

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