6 ways to make online learning fun

Not everyone would like to teach online because it is not the same as teaching in-person; it demands a different set of skills. Being able to engage students in an online class is an art and you will surely require to put in extra efforts to become Picasso of it! 

Here are some tips and tricks to make learning fun every time you teach online:

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  • Set goals

 Keep a short-term goal to be achieved every time you teach a new topic or a new lesson. Track your students progress with quizzes or fun assignments, do revisions of previously taught topics. For example, for kids or primary school students you can ask them to draw what they have understood from the lesson, for secondary school students to write a summary of their learning. You can also engage them with games and rewards once the targets are achieved. Also, whenever possible give positive feedbacks. This will keep them engaged with every topic they learn.

Try avoiding long-term goals because that might be stressful and not very effective when you teach online.

  • Make the best use of technology

 Online teaching comes with its own set of challenges but also brings in innovative tools with it; try making the best out of it. You can share your screen, use drawing tools, file editors, discussion boards and pointers, virtual games etc., to make learning fun for the students. But, before that do not forget to learn it for yourself and also introduce it to the class and teach them the basics so that students feel confident while using them. 

Many apps help you in teaching online, one such app being Teachmint. It is one of the best app to teach online. This comes with various features such as live class recording, automated attendance, online tests and MCQ assessments, interactive online whiteboards, automated grading and much more. It surely makes online learning easy.

  • Schedule

 When you teach online, to make the learning process fun focus on breaking down the syllabus into small parts. Long notes and never-ending slides would make the class boring. Try dividing the syllabus into digestible chunks. It is always easy for the students to learn and understand better when information is shared in small portions. 

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  • Adjust classroom activities to online classrooms

When you teach offline, you can ask the students to read out loud the chapters or raise their hands to answer first which is not possible in virtual classrooms. To teach online, you must adapt offline activities to online classrooms. You can ask them to type in their answers every time you ask answers to make the class engaging.

  • Present the best version of yourself online

When you go for traditional classes, you dress up neat and tidy, you make sure you look clean and presentable. When you teach online, adjust to the online demand. Make sure your voice is clear, your mic is not creating any problem, your webcam and lights are set properly so that you are visible to your students clearly. Also, make sure that there is no issue with the internet connection.

  1. Make your students feel valued

E-learning might make students demotivated. They might feel no one cares even if they do not join the class or do not pay attention to the class as they live in isolation. Try making them feel valued. You might be wondering how can it be done? Here are a few suggestions:

  • Learn their names and call out their names every time you ask any question to them or address them
  • Give a quick revision of the previous class and also, you could ask them about what was the last lecture about.
  • Give feedback to your students
  • Be positive, patient and encouraging

Making your class engaging is in our hands, so make efforts for fruitful results. 


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