Remote Teaching / Screen Sharing
Whether you're teaching a class with a Smart Board, tutoring from a distance or teaching a class remotely,
most of our programs have a teachers' manual (for presentation). This manual is
an electronic Kindle e-book that can be screen shared with your student(s) using
the Kindle app, which is available for the PC, Mac, and Android devices. The
manual contains lesson slides to present the lesson, followed by images of the
Since holding your students' attention is more difficult when distance learning, lesson plans should be:
highly structured and well planned,
vary in their presentation, and
be clear and concise.
Each student should have a their own reading program workbook that goes with the program you'll be
using (click here for bulk rates).
Since some of our programs utilize online tools, your student will need a book
to access these apps with a code that will be found in their book. They will
also need the book to do the pages with the class or as homework. As a teacher,
you do not need a copy of the workbook since the teachers' manual will contain
the students' workbook pages at the end of the lesson slides for each lesson.
Presenting the Lesson to Your Class
Our programs are extremely easy to use and are very affordable. Using the teachers' manuals for a class makes it even easier. For each lesson, there will be a few slides that will
introduce the new topic followed by several more slides for illustration. After that, each slide will contain the image of the
students' workbook page. This makes it easy for you to see what your students see in their
books. You can do these pages as a class or assign them as homework.
To vary the lesson, we recommend that you utilize our online resources (the Letter Tiles App or the online games that go with the program you're using). This will keep your students engaged, and, if you're using a sharing screen program that offers screen collaboration where others can interact with the screen you're sharing, your presentation will be even more engaging.