Remote Teaching Training

Setting Up Your Home Workspace/ Classroom For Remote Teaching Professional Development

Working from home isn't easy, and you've likely been doing it for far longer than you imagined. Check out these ideas for setting up a space for remote teaching professional development that allows you to focus and learn, just like you would at work.


  • First, dedicate a space in your home to work only. Resist the urge to carry your laptop around.

  • Decorate your workspace just like you would at work. Your workplace should be pleasant, and should have everything you need (like water, office supplies, pens, phone charger, etc.) so that you don't have to walk around the house and get distracted.

  • Let your family members know when you're working, and talk with them about what constitutes an emergency (someone is hurt) and what doesn't (someone wants a snack).

When you're working your way through figuring out how to teach remotely, remote teaching training is an essential way to add the tools you need to your classroom toolbox. When you're working through remote teaching professional development, you need to have a workspace that allows you to focus on the task at hand. When you're working with limited space at home, it's important that your classroom can double as your office. At teacherCODE, we're here to provide you with the remote teacher training you need to continue to improve your craft, no matter where you've established your temporary, remote workspace. Reach out to us today to learn more about the training and resources we offer to help you and your students thrive as we work through these difficult times.


New York, New York


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