Coping in remote and distance learning


In this episode I discuss the transition from the classroom to remotely working with students.

welcome to the podcast everyone
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This is ESL Tate. And this morning I just wanted to talk about how
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deal with distance learning
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because as teachers we get used to our students in some sometimes and you
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go through all these various emotions with different classes and then when you're away from the class you miss them. You know and I think
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a lot of teachers out there can
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agreed to that what because even though at times students can be is pain to deal with,
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for lack of the better word, you do miss at times especially now that you're not be able to see them face to face. And for me, the
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[UH] transition is quite daunting but at the same time
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I embraced it may be easier than some of my colleagues because
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me I enjoy tech, and I love tinkering with technology. I used to work in IT so for me it was like whoa
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this is like a dream. I didn't have to be in the classroom but some of my colleagues have struggled with it because they're not used
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to using tech
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to go about a lesson so it's a bit more challenging for them. So how exactly
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do you go about adjusting in this environment?
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