Watch recordings of real educators teaching students online.
Work with your colleagues to unpack, discuss, and gather practices to enhance your school or district remote learning approach.
Explore ten modules that provide a clear set of techniques to guide and engage students online.
Individual Access - $149/year
If you'd like to complete the Teaching in the Online Classroom course independently, purchase our individual access course. You'll also get a one year subscription to Teaching Channel.
This 15-hour course is designed for a team of colleagues to identify and understand best practices for online teaching. Your team will complete ten modules that will teach you practices to help students succeed in synchronous and asynchronous settings this school year and beyond.
The Teaching in the Online Classroom course features real-world examples and videos that you can adapt and immediately apply in your own online classroom to ensure you survive and thrive!
When your school or district registers for the Teaching in the Online Classroom course, your team will also get access to Teaching Channel Plus, an award-winning professional learning platform.
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School closures around the world have launched us into the largest unplanned experiment in the history of education. Doug Lemov and the Teach Like a Champion team have analyzed hundreds of hours of online teaching footage to identify best practices and provide a clear guide for educators and school leaders to effectively teach online.
Each 45-minute webinar will feature clips of real educators teaching students remotely as we explore the most effective ways to engage and educate students in an online classroom.
School Leader Webinars
Format: Zoom Webinar
Duration: 45 minutes
Wendy is an active teacher education specialist and uses her PhD in Curriculum and Instruction to develop and facilitate professional development and continuing education.
Hilary Lewis is the Director of Professional Development on the Teach Like a Champion team with Uncommon Schools. Hilary began her career in education as a first-grade teacher in Brooklyn, New York, and later became the founding Dean of Students and Families at Excellence Girls Elementary Academy. On the TLAC team, Hilary develops content, facilitates workshops, and provides direct support to schools in the US and abroad. Hilary is a contributing author on Doug Lemov’s new book: Teaching in the Online Classroom: Surviving and Thriving in the New Normal.