Recent Posts by Dr Liz Hardy

8 Ways To Simplify Your Online Teaching Approach

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In online teaching, simpler is usually better! Most online students start out feeling overwhelmed – perhaps as early as week one of your course. Usually, they’re juggling work, family, and a range of other commitments. As they already feel time-poor and harassed, they often see online learning as complicated and frustrating... (more…)

How to Teach Online Like a Superhero

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I believe online teachers are real life superheroes.   Of course we are. We impart new skills and knowledge. We change lives by offering our students a different future. In fact, we make the world a better place every day. And we don’t even need a cape or a sleek, shiny futuristic car to do it! (more…)

20 Practical Twitter Tips for Online Teachers

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Twitter is a seriously overlooked professional tool for online teachers.   It's so much more than a time-wasting distraction for teenagers.   Use it the right way, and it becomes a career-boosting tool. Online teachers can increase their visibility, develop their networks, and get access to a whole world of teaching opportunities that are simply not available locally.   So ...

Twitter Profiles Should SING! Does Yours?

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An Easy Twitter Strategy for Online Teachers & Education Businesses...   Twitter profiles are vitally important on this social media platform. Your profile is the first stop for all your potential new contacts. It’s effectively a decision-making tool. It helps people decide whether to follow you – or to engage with you at all. So Twitter profiles have to be worth ...

Zen And The Art Of Online Teaching

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In the middle of a busy day of online teaching, the calming sound of a trickling stream may be impossible to imagine.   There’s no room for restful imagery today.   Instead, you furiously multi-task between multiple student demands, administrative responsibilities, and a large pile of unmarked work waiting to be graded.... (more…)

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