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Heulwen Jun 28
a3 Have discovered that giving students power to take over Zoom shared screens and annotate on them was really empowering. They have become more mindful and less passive
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Sharon Norden Jun 28
A3: I will be using Seesaw and most likely Zoom if we are to do continuous learning. However I am open to Facetime, old fashion phone calls and whatever tech needs to happen to reach the student.
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collidingwithscience Jun 28
Q3- What technology will you be using in the fall to help students connected with one another? What activities do you have in mind to have them interact and brainstorm together?
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Karl O’Leary Jun 28
Replying to @MrsHying
Genius Hour is a great way to make those connections and build relationships
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Johnnie Jun 28
A6: Supporting the continuation of teaching and learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic Annotated resources for online learning, by OECD,
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collidingwithscience Jun 28
I am learning a lot, you guys are amazing
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Heulwen Jun 28
a1 In virtual learning it wasn't how I thought it would work but student to content, student to student then student to teacher. But our students were running around house collecting things under certain criteria for language lessons, so content super different
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Sharon Norden Jun 26
Got this little man to start adding with an awesome game we started. So happy to see him open up a little. ❤️☺️
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Heulwen Jun 28
a5 DL strategies. 1. Take 3 minutes to exercise, stretch, breath big 2. Long Wave goodbye, never leave meet b4 kids 3. Make sure that students can breakaway to talk to each other
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Heulwen Jun 28
a6 I think we need to spend time using the camera. Leaning in to create an intimate moment. Framing within camera so people seem present and ready to interact. Improving posture too. These things are important in interacting via camera lens
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collidingwithscience Jun 28
Tonight there will be six questions They are all about hybrid teaching, the merge of in classroom learning and virtual learning. What I call table-top and screen-top learning.
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Todd Shriver Jun 28
A2 Using Google Meet, Skype & Zoom to record interviews to share experiences our Ss as lessons. Fortunate to have Dee Snider of Twisted Sister share his thoughts/experiences in music with our History of Rock & Roll & Band Ss
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Letha Henry Jun 28
A5- For distance learning, I kept our whole-group meetings mostly about connecting and sharing. Little formal instruction- that was saved for smaller groups. I had great turnouts for our whole-class meetings because they knew they would have time to share/have fun
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collidingwithscience 4h
Please join us Sunday July 5th for 5:30CST/6:30EST - let’s talk self-care and helping students set healthy goals
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Faige Meller Jun 28
Hello everyone. A cool day in Los Angeles. Faige retold teacher who loves to sub and blog LOL
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Faige Meller Jun 28
A5 Most teachers and schools were thrown into the deep end with distance/remote learning. I’m hoping summer will give everyone a breather to figure out what worked, what didn’t and what could for the coming year.
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collidingwithscience Jun 28
Q5- What are three strategies you use for distance learning? Explain why they were successful. If you didn’t use DL, what three strategies have you used in your classroom that you can transfer to DL that help you be successful in that forum?
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Johnnie Jun 28
A3: There are a lots of lots of tools, apps, technologies can be used to help them connected with one another, WeChat , Video-conferencing systems , CMS . and are great, but not easy to acess from here. .
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Brittany Hying Jun 28
A6: Nearpod, Flipgrid, Peardeck, the Google suite, and Jamboard. I also enjoyed reading the articles that came out in support of fewer assignments, choice assignments, and skipping grading! A hard paradigm shift for most, but a relief in the "new normal".
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Johnnie Jun 28
Replying to @ChouinardJahant
Hey! good morning, afternoon, evening, . Johnnie, a life-long learner and teachers' trainer from Caonton, is ready to listen, learn, and connect with you all.
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