In this introductory section we’ll get an overview of online teaching and learning – and how it’s different to classroom instruction
An introduction to TOM – Teaching Online Masterclass
Educator, Tara Walsh outlines 7 key differences between face to face and online teaching.
Educator Tara Walsh talks about the importance of mindset when teaching online
Designing Online Learning Experiences
What are the elements of effective online courses? This section provides an overview of how educators can design impactful and effective experiences for their students
Educator James Bowens discusses what UDL is and why you should use it
Educator James Bowens discusses how educators can use the Universal Design for Learning to design curriculum.
Educator Cristen Magaletti, discusses why the Universal Design for Learning should be used to design online and blended lessons.
In this section we’ll explore the pedagogy of effective online teaching and learning – including lots of big ideas on how students learn, as well as simple practical tips you can implement today.
Educator, Emma Humphries discusses ways in which educators can adapt what they already do in face to face instruction to the online teaching environment.
Educator, Emma Humphries discusses the things educators need to be aware of when taking their classes online.
Educator, Emma Humphries discusses the key facilitation skills and strategies, teachers need to develop to teach online.
Technology as a Tool
Effective online teaching and learning needs technology – so how can educators select the right tools and use them effectively?
Educator and researcher, Kathleen Donohue talks about the possible technologies available to an online teacher and the ways in which they can support and influence teaching and learning.
Educator and researcher, Kathleen Donohue talks about the frameworks available to help educators choose the right technology.
Educator Brian Johnsrud, discusses the types of open tools and resources that are available to educators and provides a list of things to look for when choosing resources online.
How can you build a community around your online teaching and learning practice – with other educators? And how can you extend that community to engage parents?
Educator and researcher Julie Keane discusses what a community of practice is.
Educator and researcher Julie Keane discusses the difference between a community of practice and a professional learning network.
Educator and researcher Julie Keane discusses how to build a professional learning network and a community of practice.
Online teaching and learning adds new stresses and complexities – so how can we ensure the social and emotional wellbeing of students, teachers and parents when teaching and learning online?
Educator, Shelina Warren gives practical strategies to help educators discover ways to unplug and find balance when teaching and learning goes online.
Speaker and coach James Aidoo gives practical strategies to educators to help their students unplug and find balance when teaching and learning goes online.
Quick, simple summaries, perfect for online sharing
More and more schools are taking learning online. But is it effective? This video answers the question: is online learning effective in the K-12 education space?
What are the characteristics that successful online students have? This video looks at the characteristics of successful K-12 students in online learning environments.
Many teachers feel ill equipped to take their classes online. This video discusses the important role professional development plays in developing educators to teach online, and with a CTA to ed-tech, government and media.
The TOM PDF Booklet will help explain how to use the Teaching Online Masterclass videos and resources.
Tips & Tricks to designing your very own Engaging Video Infographic
Five mindset competencies qualities that educators should have.