VHL is proud to share these three webinar series to ease your transition to remote teaching

Webinar
The evolving situation with COVID-19 has caused a rapid shift to remote teaching and learning at many schools and colleges across the country, and we understand that many of you are being asked to quickly develop a plan so that your courses can accommodate this change.

Vista Higher Learning is here to help. We have all the support you need to get you and your students online, from on-demand webinars, to training documents and helpful videos.

If you missed any of our webinars, or if you would like to watch them again, you can access the webinars on-demand (both the recordings and the presentations).

 

Transition to Remote Teaching Webinar Series

In this five-part series, you will learn how to approach the transition from face-to-face to remote teaching

How do I start?

Best Practices

Without face-to-face, how do I connect with students?

 Writing Tool and Assessment

Communication and Grading Tool

 

 

Best Practices for Remote Teaching Webinar Series

In this four-part series, we provide teaching strategies and recommendations to take your teaching to the next level while teaching online

Best Practices to Help Students Develop Oral Proficiency

Best Practices for Remote Assessments

Best Practices to Personalize your Courses

Best Practices to Keep Learning Going!

 

 

Summer 2020 Webinar Series

In this five-part series, we provide best practices to keep the learning going while teaching remote

Reflecting on the Shift to Remote Teaching

Let Your L2 Students Reach Out to You: Taking Advantage of Remote Teaching and Fostering Authentic Exchange

You Can Be in Two Places at One Time: Dual Modality Teaching and Learning – Remote Plus Face-to-Face (1 of 2)

Buckle Up for An Emotional and Interactive Teaching Experience

You Can Be in Two Places at One Time: Dual Modality Teaching and Learning – Remote Plus Face-to-Face (2 of 2)

 

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