Going Online

Going Online is a series of video discussions in response to Covid-19. Learn the essentials of switching to remote or online instruction from high school and college educators. Get insight into student needs. Hear from experts and community activists on teaching in emergencies, online engagement, digital pedagogy, accessibility and student well-being, and more.

When Classroom Teaching Becomes Remote Instruction

Digital resources for K-12 and college educators who are looking for support and a community of practice as remote instruction replaces in-person classes. Tips, advice, and insight from educators, experts, and families.

Teaching During Emergencies

Online instruction and accessible technology experts discuss the pedagogy of teaching during an emergency.

Let Learning Goals Guide Your Remote Instruction

Online learning and entrepreneurship education leader Dr. Christoph Winkler in conversation with Engaging Students.

How to Keep Your Move to Remote Instruction Student-Focused

A conversation around collaboration, kindness, flexibility, and thoughtful orientation toward students during this time of uncertainty and crisis.

Class Design & Teaching Strategies: Online Instruction Support

Online learning and creating a community, using design theory, and implementing flipped-classroom models. For college ESL, college content, and K-12 instructors.

Teaching Effectively with Zoom with Dan Levy

Teaching Effectively with Zoom is a book by Professor Dan Levy, faculty director of the Public Leadership Credential, the Harvard Kennedy School’s flagship online learning initiative. Strategies and tips for online and hybrid classroom teachers.