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5 Quick Tips for Engaging Online Classes

Virtual instruction, when done effectively, can be incredibly engaging and fun for both teachers and students. During this session we will review five quick strategies to optimize student interaction and discuss how to enhance lesson plans using a number of activities. This brief session will provide examples of how one program has prioritized the student experience in a remote classroom.


This session was a part of the fourth Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute and was hosted by:

Jen Bonsteel & Stephanie Smith - Worcester County Public Schools Adult Education



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