The digital classroom comes with a set of challenges. To be a good online teacher, you must follow certain best practices. Utilise discussion boards, emails, announcements, and forums to be more engaging. You may provide your students plenty of opportunities to contribute by having them critique their own work and conduct student-led discussions in online forums. Some students may feel abandoned and alone in the digital classroom at times. You must aggressively build personal relationships with each learner. Lastly, you should end the course with a final summary or assessment, which will enable students to reflect on the information and experiences they have shared.