Strategies for creating a remote classroom
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COZACENCO, Elena. Strategies for creating a remote classroom. In: Media and digital literacy in language education. 18-19 septembrie 2020, Bălți. Bălți: Tipografia "Indigou Color", 2020, pp. 54-65. ISBN 978-9975-3490-0-0.
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Media and digital literacy in language education 2020
Simpozionul "Media and digital literacy in language education"
Bălți, Moldova, 18-19 septembrie 2020

Strategies for creating a remote classroom

Pag. 54-65

Cozacenco Elena
Liceul teoretic „Ştefan cel Mare“, Bălţi
Disponibil în IBN: 16 iunie 2021


This article is aimed at presenting some effective tips on creating engaging synchronous and asynchronous scenarios of a remote classroom and at delivering an interactive lesson plan in the 9th form on the topic “To Plug In or Not to Plug In”. Taking into consideration its absolutely virtual school environment, it is abundantly clear that distance education requires developing solutions that rely on technology. This is the reason why, we have chosen to reflect on some examples of web 2.0 tools and evaluate their applicability to the remote lesson, namely its learning objectives and didactic contents, and their ability to satisfy the prerequisites of a qualitative instructing, namely the creation of centralized online location for communication with students and their families, the encouragement of their collaboration and discourse, the providing with individualizing support and feedback, the enrichment and self-assessment opportunities. Moreover, with all the methodological recommendations for online education organization in mind, we take a comparative approach to and set clear boundaries between two different ways of holding a remote classroom, synchronous and asynchronous, state the complementarity of their aspects and the vital need to alternate these scenarios during the educational process to maintain the balance. Therefore, the article is mainly focused on putting forward the planning strategies and tech-related interactive didactic contents, embedded in a website, for all the stages of a distance foreign language classroom.

Remote Learning, Web 2.0 tools, synchronous, asynchronous, Short-Term Didactic Project