How to Teach Remotely

How To Teach Remotely: Positive Reinforcement Strategies For Keeping Your Kids Engaged

You care about your students, and you'd do almost anything to ensure that they're learning. While remote learning can be frustrating for anyone, staying positive and encouraging your students is key for their success. Check out these tips for helping your students feel cared for, motivated to work hard, and ready to meet your expectations.

 

  • Shout out the positive - even when it's small. If you're starting out by celebrating students who simply show up on time, that's fantastic. Increase the expectations over time, and watch your students grow to meet them.

  • Give parents positive feedback, especially for students who typically struggle. When students find out that you're calling home over something positive, they'll strive to achieve to get your attention.

  • Ask students for feedback on how you can do better. Let them know that virtual learning is new for you too. Show them that you're working to learn how to make a positive experience for them, and you'll see their buy in skyrocket.


When you're trying to figure out how to teach remotely, you know how important it is to have the tools you need to work with your students effectively. You want your kids to get the same high quality education they get from you in the classroom, and you know that an important part of that is working with your students to keep them motivated, both to thrive academically and behaviorally. At teacherCODE, we understand how tough it can be to figure out how to teach remotely, especially when you've been thrust into a remote teaching position unexpectedly. We provide you with the remote teaching tools and education that you need in order to continue creating a high-achieving classroom. Check out our free beginner's course on how to teach remotely, and be sure to reach out to us with any questions. We're here to support you as you navigate these tough times while still helping your students achieve.

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