This post is week 3 of 8 in the 8 Weeks of Summer Blog Challenge for educators
This weeks's question is very simple, but now that I come to thing of it, it's not that simple.
Not being a class teacher makes my life habit different than normal teachers who actually teach in the classroom.
I mean, if you teach at a school, you have a curriculum, there are things that you HAVE to to and you don't have so much freedom. That's why projects like a Mystery Skype chat or a working with video or with music are something really distant, especially in my country, Greece.
For me, it is still early to plan what I am going to do with students for the year to come.
I don't even know what kind of students I will have.
The biggest change I am going to make is probably that I am going to use more of my own materials and less of "the book", plan more video projects (although this is not exactly new for me), maybe organise my own learning/teaching platform and have more online students.
Teaching online and actually using a teaching platform is two separate things, since there are a lot of tools that have to be used (and learned) and a lot of material that has to be designed and uploaded.
I have no idea if I will make things change this year, but I'll sure try!