A set of ten approaches to support remote learning, based on recent educational research. Includes suggestions for building students' independent learning skills, using low stakes assessment and questions effectively and managing concentration issues, as well as chunking information and dual coding.
An example tip from the resource:
Personal connections matter. The evidence – as well as our instincts as teachers – tells us that peer and teacher interactions improve learners’ motivation and outcomes. So build in student-student discussion and collaboration into your planning and delivery wherever possible. Be explicit with students about the benefits of encouraging and supporting each other. Chat groups, breakout rooms and video-linking can be used to enable more peer interaction.