Design is especially important in online learning and one key to student motivation and engagement. Designing an engaging online experience doesn’t have to take a lot of time. If you are new to distance learning, then templates are the way to go! Many teachers on social media, including me, share their awesomely designed lesson plans and units. Below is a Wakelet with links to amazing templates fo student choice boards and menus that you can copy and edit. Be sure to follow these amazing teachers on Twitter for more incredible ideas and to also thank them. When you come up with some amazing templates of your own then share some forward.
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