TALO_LOGO.pngTeaching and Learning Online:

Resources for Face-to-Face, Blended, or Online Environments



This wiki is a collection of resources, research and references for K-12 educators interested in Teaching and Learning Online. Some of these resources are available for teachers within specific educational institutions or settings, and others are available for public use. Please contact your specific district and administration before using specific tools identified on this wiki.
To get started, please watch the introductory video to the right. You will learn how to navigate through this site, and access all of the different categories of information relevant to any teacher in a Face-to-face, blended or online environment.

Click on the video to get started!


Venn diagram highlighting Blended, Online and Face-to-Face teaching and learning:

2.2 Activity- Online vs. Blended vs. Face-to-Face Venn Diagram.png
Venn Diagram by L. Mathews. Retrieved from:
https://sites.google.com/a/juliancharterschool.org/mathews-lec-portfolio/



Resources

The resources and materials available on this wiki are divided into the following categories:

Communication:

In any educational setting communication is key

Collaboration:

Working and learning with others

Clarity:

Clear expectations will increase student success

Creation:

Tools used to create Images, Audio, Video

Content:

Course content and curriculum

Capacity:

Professional Development and online courses for Teachers

Considerations:

How to be thoughtful when Teaching and Learning Online

Canadian:

The Canadian context in Online Learning

In addition, the research and online and print resources used to compile this wiki have been included on one-page as a reference:

Research and References



All materials have been collected and archived as suggested resources for K-12 educators. All materials, logos, brand names, trademarks and copyright are property of their respective owners.