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Organization and Planning
Careful planning and organizational skills are an important part of being an online instructor.
Technological or other problems may cause delays or changes in an online class, so taking unexpected changes in stride is a good quality for online instructors to embrace.
Focus on Details
Since online instruction relies heavily on written communication, attention to detail is an integral part of teaching online.
Ability to Devote Adequate Time
Online instruction takes as much, if not more time, than onground instruction. Being able to devote a significant amount of time participating in the course, reading discussion posts, giving feedback, and grading assignments is important.
Check in Regularly
Successful online instructors log in often and are frequently present in the course.