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Remote teaching: tried and tested ways to develop staff expertise
Clear goals, getting to grips with the basics, short feedback loops and self-reflection makes for great professional development. Here's how 3 schools are applying these principles to develop their teachers' remote teaching skills this year.
- Lead remote teaching development from the top, if you can
- Set a deadline for all teaching staff to get to grips with the basics
- Drop in to remote classes regularly to help staff set development goals
- Reinforce the basics for all staff with weekly or fortnightly sessions
- Build up a library of resources so your team can refresh themselves regularly
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