You want the learning experience to be as valuable as the face to face one, but how do you get students to actually engage and start to build up your classroom community? In this session, we’re giving you the tools, activities, and strategies to connect with your students and continue to build the relationship throughout the year. Learn strategies to help students actually show up, complete work, and participate.
How do you ensure you are reaching each and every student as well as meeting their needs? Effective communication, tools, and activities are key. So, in this session we’re giving you everything you’ll need to actively engage your students, increase attendance and participation, motivate them, as well as create open forms of communication to assess their needs. We’ll explore live classroom meetings with Google Meet, ways to deliver content to keep learning engaging (EdPuzzle, Screencasting), and ways that students can show what they know using digital tools (Adobe Spark and Flipgrid). This is a fast-paced session that will give you lots of ideas to use with students.
As our world becomes increasingly global, it is more important now than ever to train students to tap into virtual resources in a responsible manner to create their own personal, professional brand, as well as to market their ideas and products. This session will equip you with the tools you need to train students to establish a brand in order to stand apart from the masses and create a strong, online presence.
Checking in with students and maintaining relationships in a remote setting has never been more important. We’ll dig into best practices, strategies, and tools for building and maintaining culture in an online environment. We’ll overview a curated shortlist of ideas to address challenges and get hands-on with a couple of strategies/tools you can use tomorrow. Focus tools include Google Forms, Pear Deck and Google Meet.
Clear communication and authentic collaboration have never been more important. We’ll dig into best practices, strategies, and tools to better communicate and collaborate in an online environment. We’ll overview a curated shortlist of ideas to address challenges and get hands-on with a couple of strategies/tools you can use for feedback as well. Focus tools will include Google Forms, Google Classroom and other digital assessment tools.