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How to Teach Online – Follow-Up Workshop: The follow-up session for attendees of our How to Teach Online classes

How to Teach Online – Follow-Up Workshop

Now that you’ve had time to practice teaching online, what have you learned that we can share with the community? What new questions do you have?

One-line summary: Teaching and working online – share new skills and ask follow-up questions. It’s free. Sign up here.

A few weeks ago, Molly and I invited you to join us for a free class to learn how to teach online:

Dear world,

Molly and I have been teaching and meeting with people live online for the past many years. Molly teaches SpanishX with thousands of students on EdX through Boston University, and right now she teaches all her BU class online. I’ve been teaching Agile Software Development as a hybrid online/on-campus course at Harvard, as well as numerous other online classes and events with my clients and colleagues.

Maybe you joined us for one of these sessions. We’re glad you were with us!

Attendees asked for a follow-up session. The idea of the follow-up is to get some concrete practice teaching and working online, to build some skills, and to gather back together and share new knowledge and questions. So that’s what we’ll do.

Join us for a sharing and question-and-answers session. What have learned? What new questions do you have? Join us to share with the community and get your questions answered.

As you know, the world has abruptly changed. Teachers and workers all over the world are moving their work online. For some, it’s easy – we’ve been rehearsing for this by teaching online or working with distributed teams for the past few years. For others, it’s a scary change.

See you there!

Love, your hosts,

Molly and Richard

 

Molly Monet-Viera has been teaching all levels of Spanish language and Hispanic literature and culture at the university level since 1996, most recently at Boston University. Originally from California, she fell in love with the language at Princeton and went on to get a PhD in Spanish from Yale. As a non-native, she understands how to go from zero to fluent in Spanish. In addition to traditional classroom courses and tutoring, she also developed an AP Spanish massive open online course (MOOC) that has enrolled over 30,000 students of all ages and nationalities.

Richard Kasperowski is a teacher, author, speaker, and coach focused on computer science, software development, and team building. Richard teaches computer science and software development to children and adults. He teaches Agile Software Development at Harvard University’s Extension School and Summer School and the Spark! fellowship at Boston University, as well as public and private courses for high-tech companies. Richard mentors children, launching them at the Charles River CoderDojo. He is the author of two books: High-Performance Teams: The Foundations and The Core Protocols: A Guide to Greatness, as well as the forthcoming book High-Performance Teams: Core Protocols for Psychological Safety and Emotional Intelligence.

*This class may be recorded. By registering for the class, you consent that your image and voice may be recorded and re-used in future versions of the class.

How to Teach Online – Follow-Up Workshop

Now that you’ve had time to practice teaching online, what have you learned that we can share with the community? What new questions do you have?

One-line summary: Teaching and working online – share new skills and ask follow-up questions. It’s free. Sign up here.

A few weeks ago, Molly and I invited you to join us for a free class to learn how to teach online:

Dear world,

Molly and I have been teaching and meeting with people live online for the past many years. Molly teaches SpanishX with thousands of students on EdX through Boston University, and right now she teaches all her BU class online. I’ve been teaching Agile Software Development as a hybrid online/on-campus course at Harvard, as well as numerous other online classes and events with my clients and colleagues.

Maybe you joined us for one of these sessions. We’re glad you were with us!

Attendees asked for a follow-up session. The idea of the follow-up is to get some concrete practice teaching and working online, to build some skills, and to gather back together and share new knowledge and questions. So that’s what we’ll do.

Join us for a sharing and question-and-answers session. What have learned? What new questions do you have? Join us to share with the community and get your questions answered.

As you know, the world has abruptly changed. Teachers and workers all over the world are moving their work online. For some, it’s easy – we’ve been rehearsing for this by teaching online or working with distributed teams for the past few years. For others, it’s a scary change.

See you there!

Love, your hosts,

Molly and Richard

Molly Monet-Viera has been teaching all levels of Spanish language and Hispanic literature and culture at the university level since 1996, most recently at Boston University. Originally from California, she fell in love with the language at Princeton and went on to get a PhD in Spanish from Yale. As a non-native, she understands how to go from zero to fluent in Spanish. In addition to traditional classroom courses and tutoring, she also developed an AP Spanish massive open online course (MOOC) that has enrolled over 30,000 students of all ages and nationalities.

Richard Kasperowski is a teacher, author, speaker, and coach focused on computer science, software development, and team building. Richard teaches computer science and software development to children and adults. He teaches Agile Software Development at Harvard University’s Extension School and Summer School and the Spark! fellowship at Boston University, as well as public and private courses for high-tech companies. Richard mentors children, launching them at the Charles River CoderDojo. He is the author of two books: High-Performance Teams: The Foundations and The Core Protocols: A Guide to Greatness, as well as the forthcoming book High-Performance Teams: Core Protocols for Psychological Safety and Emotional Intelligence.

*This class may be recorded. By registering for the class, you consent that your image and voice may be recorded and re-used in future versions of the class.