Assessing distance learning: A virtual 101 course - Shared screen with speaker view
Learning target for one week: Students will be able to outline a chapter for essential content
Students will predict how different stimuli will cause organisms to respond
Students will be able to identify cultural ideas of the 1980s in the short story “Janus” after reading, note-taking, and small group discussions
I can reflect on an event in history through writing a biographical journal entry.
I can reflect on how I have grown in my learning from first semester to second semester.
evidence that the learning target was met
Yes - always start off with excellent models
Have them look at each other's work with a rubric in hand
Ask students to build the rubric by what they notice from the excellent models. What is the evidence of quality work?
too many links and emails coming to my children, so we have to juggle minimum of four email accounts
Schoology has gotten much better in the last several weeks
Teachers also need to learn to trust/rely on LMS communication.
We have been using Schoology 3 - 12 and SeeSaw in our PK-2. Both have worked well as LMS for us.
Is now a good time to introduce a new technology to our students?
If so, how would do this well? I teach MS
Jeremy Van Nieuwenhuyzen
I have told my teachers to minimize introducing new technologies now. Maybe one per week per student…more than that gets overwhelming.
Recommend zero new technologies in the last month of school. Too much change already can feel overwhelming, for moving forward, plan 2-3 great ones for your next year.
Jeremy’s advice is good. Especially want to keep down the number oof new accounts with usernames, passwords, and new processes for turning in work.
Who signed up as me?????
Yes, and CACE
I love that your background is Kevin from “The Office”. Thanks for a good training! :)
Jon & Erik…thanks for a helpful session! Thanks to CCE & CACE for making it happen.
Thank you! I got a ton of great ideas/leads…
Excellent webinar. . .practical, relevant, coherent, effective use of time! Thank you, Jon! Lots to keep learning!