Desmond Suarez II has been teaching Bible, History, and Computer classes from campus to campus via video conferencing at Richmond Academy since 2012. He is also currently working on his masters in Instructional Systems and Learning Technologies from Florida State University online. He has enjoyed partnering with the Columbia Union and NAD to support teachers transitioning to teaching from home.
et's be honest. Teaching from home is challenging, but so is teaching. You are a master teacher, which means you have been adapting your whole career and you take a lot of pride in your craft. No teacher wants to just “get by,” the way most of us finished this past school year. So, how do you elevate your teaching from home? I am glad you asked.
Here are some places to start.
The NAD has put together aecovid.com as a centralized location for resources to help you teach during quarantine.
The Adventist Learning Community and I have put together some free continuing education courses to help you elevate your teaching from home skills.