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The Remote Teaching Tips series provides practical ideas and guidance for teachers supporting their learners using a variety of platforms and approaches, across different contexts.
Take a look at these ideas for using virtual field trips to support learning English remotely.
Find some ideas for how simple lessons can be structured and delivered via TV or YouTube.
Here are some ideas to support your well-being during times of crisis and beyond.
Find some ideas for maintaining student motivation and engagement while learning remotely.
Find some ideas for creating audiovisual content for your lessons.
Here is some guidance on creating radio content to teach learners remotely.
Find some ideas on how to support learners when they return to school after the Covid-19 closures.
Take a look at these ideas for structuring live online lessons.
Find out how you can make learning more inclusive while teaching remotely.
See our guidance for using Zoom to teach remotely.
See guidance on how to use your coursebook in remote teaching.
Find useful guidance on how to get started with remote teaching in contexts where students have limited access to technology.
Find useful guidance on how to get started with online teaching.
Find guidance on how to help parents and caregivers support remote learning at home.
Find advice on how to support your child's learning online
Find guidance on how to keep learners safe in an online context
Find guidance on different aspects of assessing learners in an online context.
Find guidance on criteria for assessing learners in an online context.
See a list of short ideas for you to use in your online lessons.
Find out how to use mobile messenger apps for remote teaching.
Read our guidance on how to teach English remotely using Facebook.
Find guidance for teaching by phone in low-resource contexts where where learners have very limited or no access to the Internet.
Practical ideas and guidance for teachers supporting their learners using SMS.
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