Making Your Way to the Virtual Classroom

by Jo Gibson Picture this: Although it is 2 A.M. and you are sound asleep, one of your students is at a perfect “teachable moment,” having moved through and comprehended a set of requisite previous lessons. Although you are not physically present and cannot see the alert and questioning look that indicates this student’s readiness to proceed, you are in fact present for that student at that exact moment. You’ve made the next lesson available; the student proceeds to the next lesson, completes it, tests his or her comprehension, and then discusses the lesson, conceptually, with a couple of other […]
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