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You can teach right from your home office with what you already have! It’s not hard to create a virtual classroom. All you really need is something to record your videos on (recommended items below), some basic virtual gear to get started, and a decent looking backdrop (a plain wall works just fine. Just make sure your backdrop doesn’t include a view to your backroom or your pile of laundry. You don’t want your background to distract students from your lesson).
You probably already have most of what you’ll need to get your office set up. If you already have a home office, you’re probably good to go. If not, there are a few items that may help create a professional space in your home. (This page contains affiliate links from which I receive a small commision at no extra cost to you).
Click here to for the complete guide on everything you’ll need to teach online. Now let’s get your office set up!
Everything You Need to Optimize Your Home Office for Online Teaching:
Office Furniture for Online Teaching:
Online Teaching Tech Gear:
You really don’t need fancy tech gear to teach online. You can use your laptop, tablet, or even your phone to record your videos. Whatever device you have would probably suffice, but there is always room for an upgrade.
Tech Gear for Online Teaching:
More Must- Have Items for Online Teaching
- Virtual Teaching Gear
- Office Gear for Teaching Online
- Virtual Classroom
- Helpful Websites, Videos, and Apps for Online Teaching
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- Master Small Group Instruction (with Free Differentiation Tools)
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Keep teaching. Keep learning.
~Christy from Exceptional Thinkers
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