Come to this session with questions you still have about Distance Learning or Challenges that you are facing. We’ll select a few strategies and tools to help you face your challenge. We’ll also talk about your next steps in learning and develop an action plan.
Flexible Learning Basics
In addition to the challenge of creating powerful learning experiences for remote environments, you will need to be able to provide authentic online assessments. What does this look like and how do you even get started? No worries! In this session, we’re starting at the very beginning so you can see exactly what meaningful assessments look like in a remote environment and we’re taking you step-by-step through how to create assessments customized for your students.
You might find yourself with limited time for live instruction or you might be on the opposite side with hours of time to fill. Either way, you need to create meaningful and interactive lessons to make the most of your live instruction time without staying up until 1 a.m to do it. In this session, we’re taking you through all of the steps needed to create engaging synchronous lessons time after time. Get ready for hands-on support to help you develop lessons that are interactive and supportive for all students. We’re also giving you plug-and-play templates, so you can quickly create lessons for your remote classroom.
Creating asynchronous lessons can feel like a puzzle you just can’t solve. You can spend hours creating lessons your students never complete or barely engage with. In this session, we’re walking you through an easy process to design lessons that make the most of asynchronous learning time, are engaging and interactive, as well as what tools to use to ensure you can track student progress and engagement. We’re also giving you a customizable template that you can use time after time to quickly build lessons for asynchronous learning.
You want the virtual 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.