Despite the masks, physical distancing and reliance on hand sanitiser, there is little doubt that we’re heading back to some sense of normal. It’s most welcome. And the feeling seems to be mutual all round (introverted and extroverted alike).
In an effort to save the 2020 academic year amid the Covid-19 pandemic, traditional institutions of learning have been forced to embrace online teaching without delay. Here are seven things that helped me move my traditional classroom online.
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