I'm sure I'm not alone in needing to come up with ideas for delivering lessons remotely from now initially, but even more so in September. So far I've been using Goggle Classroom with PowerPoints and resources which they then upload and I feedback on. I haven't expected to be any more interactive that than and it's worked well with my students communicating by email regularly. Moving forward we are going to be using Teams and delivering a combination of face to face and remote lessons. No idea how it's going to work yet. What I would like some help with is creative and engaging ways to deliver a content heavy A level (biology) to learners who struggle with independence and flipped learning. I can add audio to PPT's and know to how run a Teams meeting with chat and hands up. I've just ordered a visualiser so need to play with that. Has anybody got nay other ideas other than me blah blah-ing through my PPT slides! Thank you.