Best Practices for Recorded Instruction

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Asynchronous instruction, which is when you aren’t teaching your students in real-time, has quickly become the new reality for many teachers and districts. It’s necessary for safety, but teachers now have to figure out the best way to get their content out to students that they can’t see.

Fortunately, most teachers have been able to rely on platforms like Canvas, Blackboard, SeeSaw, and Google Classroom to push out material to their students. While written assignments and instructions are fine, students still need to hear and see you on occasion. There’s just no replacement for that. That’s where recording comes in.

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