Top Five Tips for Teaching Virtually
Erika Concetta Pagano, Guest Professor at IE Law School, is recognized by students and colleagues for her virtual teaching skills and making online classes invigorating. In this article she shares five insightful tips to spark creativity and create meaningful engagement with students.
Over the past 8 years, I’ve taught hundreds of students virtually around the world and teaching at IE is a dream come true, as faculty and students both wholeheartedly embrace virtual education.
I’m proud to be a part of the IE family, and grateful to my colleagues and students who have helped shape my virtual teaching skills.
Now, we have a chance to set a shining example for others who are trying virtual teaching for the first time. It’s important to share what we know, and what’s made us a success.
For my friends, colleagues, and former professors now embarking on this journey, here are my top 5 tips.
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