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Teaching with Telegram

Unleash the power of Telegram and deliver engaging online learning

Teaching with Telegram

Who this course is for

This course is for practising or newly qualified teachers who wish to deliver engaging remote, blended or hybrid learning. Whether you want to teach one-to-one classes, group classes, develop blended learning for your students or build your own social network or community of practice, Telegram can enable you to do all of this in a simple, effective and engaging way.

Why Telegram

Telegram is a very powerful free platform that can enable you to create and deliver engaging synchronous and asynchronous learning using a range of interactions including text, video and audio. Telegram is one of the most connectivity efficient platforms available and uses less bandwidth than other platforms like WhatsApp, Teams and Zoom and so makes learn accessible to more people.

What you will learn

During this self-paced course, you will learn about the different ways you can structure blended, remote learning and hybrid learning as well as creating engaging tasks that use a wide range of media.

How you will learn

The course consists of 40+ micro-lessons. Each of these lessons has a short video, some informative text and a task for you to complete. Each time you finish one task, the next one is released. The tasks are practical and hands-on, and you will join a community of teachers, share ideas and practice what you are learning using our Telegram groups and channels. At the end of the course, you will submit a final assignment, which will help you to summarise what you have learned from the course.


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Author - Nik Peachey

Nik Peachey has been involved in Education since 1990 as a teacher, trainer, educational consultant and project manager. He has more than 25 years experience of working specifically with online, remote and blended learning environments.

He has worked all over the world training teachers and developing innovative and creative products. He is a two-time British Council Innovations award winner and has been shortlisted six times.