Dear Colleagues,

You are probably already familiar with many methodologies of online teaching. However, if you still feel uncertain about structuring your online classes, I recommend the video posted by ACTFL which offers very concise guidelines on how to move to the online instruction in a hurry (link below). Also, I wanted to let you know that ACTFL offers free membership till June 30th.

Wishing you all good health and patience!

Izolda Wolski-Moskoff

Language educators suddenly are being asked to teach in an online environment. For some, this is natural and exactly what they have spent years preparing to do – for most, however, this is new territory and a very steep learning curve. This webinar from Christopher Hromalik, Onondaga Community College (NY), provides reassurance to take the pressure off yourself and think of these first weeks as creating emergency sub plans: likely not your best teaching, but definitely helpful and comforting to your students to keep the learning happening. Each week, students and instructors alike will improve and can start to use more technologies to teach online in more effective ways. Keep calm and keep teaching! If you like this video, please make sure to click the like button and share with your network.

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