No Series: Planning Learning

Planning Learning

Lesson Objective: Learn how to plan engaging lessons for online teaching. 
Webinar / Lesson Planning / Distance Learning

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. How do you prefer to demonstrate content when teaching online?
  2. What are some ways you could use the “Discussion Roundtable” paper strategy in your lessons?
  3. How do you encourage peer collaboration in a virtual environment?

6 Comments

  • Private message to Silvia Carranza

I was unable to see/reply to the poll.

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  • Private message to Kimberly Garcia

Teaching in person is a lot easier to keep students focused on the lesson but technology can help with some lessons. Definitely scaffolding and waiting. By allowing them to discuss topics and share ideas with one another. 

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  • Private message to Abel Gebremariam

Making lessons a little short could help students to focus and pay attention to the lessons. It is important to keep students' focus on the lessons. 

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  • Private message to MaryAnn Webb

Somewhat, but students have dificulty with it. 

 

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  • Private message to MaryAnn Webb

scaffolding and longer wait times. 

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