You ever get the feeling that planning good lessons require a lot of your time? And you just want a simple framework or template? My "One-Sentence Lesson Plan" (1SLP) can help. It's short but powerful. This no fluff training is only 23 minutes, but by the end, you will know exactly how to quickly and efficiently plan any lesson that gets students inspired and learning--whether they are online, in-person, or both.
So much has changed over the past year as we learned to teach online. Now we're trying to get back to normal. ...Except there is no normal. Whether you're still teaching virtually or getting back into the classroom—or both(!)—you will likely incorporate a lot of the tools and platforms during the pandemic to your post-COVID classroom. But HOW do you do this? How do you engage students online and virtually at the same time? How do you improve the experiences of your face-to-face (F2F) students? This 3-part intensive workshop, titled, Transitioning to a Post-COVID Classroom: A Step-by-Step Plan for Teaching Online, In-Person, and Anywhere In-Between, is designed to help college instructors and secondary school teachers plan and teach confidently and effectively during a time when students are just coming back to the classroom, OR continuing to learn online, OR learning in hybrid formats.
This site is under construction. The TCO course, including video trainings, bonuses, downloads, etc. is temporary on the Facebook group. If you have joined as a Founding (Beta) Member, you will be notified when the website is up. For now, please access the course here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/702175060330552
Your authoritative guide to planning lessons, engaging & assessing students, and using technology online—whether you teach synchronously, asynchronously, hybrid, or beyond.
The Ultimate Resource to help you teach college courses-whether in-person or online. Get started now. So, what are you waiting for?
Start by watching this 5-minute intro video on my Learner Experience Formula. Then jump right into Module 1. (Did you remember to download your BIG PICTURE checklist below?)