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How to encourage students to discuss with themselves in a remote teaching environment?

I have been using small groups in Zoom, typically 3-4 students per group. Typically random groups, but also more open and longer term tasks. Sometimes with a few minutes of individual work first, ...
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How to encourage students to discuss with themselves in a remote teaching environment?

Tommi's answer here is excellent. Just to add some additional suggestions - in my experience, a main issue with online learning is that it requires more structure than in-person does. Try adapting ...
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Remote Teaching by Video Conferencing

I have no experience, but I believe it to be extremely stressful and even a bad way of teaching: As a teacher, you don't focus anymore on an entire region (left, right, in front, in the back of the ...
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Should I ask for a proof-of-work for online exam?

I also teach discrete mathematics, and do so online, including exams, in the last two years. All of my test questions in that course are open-response, using the "essay" type of question on ...
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student doesn't bring a homework in a 1-to-1 class

I tutor students on zoom. I tell them to email me their homework by 5 PM the day before the next lesson. If they do, I have a chance to see how they did with the work BEFORE we meet. If they don't, ...
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student doesn't bring a homework in a 1-to-1 class

Tell the student and the parents straight. They are paying to improve the student's maths skills. They are paying for extra lessons because the student isn't at the standard they would like. For this ...
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