As we move forward as educators, we must embrace the “new normal” that has presented itself in the 2019/20 school year. Next year, we must be prepared to offer optimal teaching practices both in the classroom and remotely. In this two-week workshop, we will evaluate four learning tools and look at ideas of how they can be applied in a classroom or distance learning setting.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: July 27, 2020
|Audience||K-12 Classroom Teachers & Specialists|
|Dates||August 3, 2020 – August 14, 2020|
|MassCUE Member Cost||$75|
Rochelle Cooper has been a certified educator for the past 15 years. She began her teaching career as a special education 1:1 aide and spent the next 10 years as a 5th grade classroom teacher at Lynnfield Middle School. Rochelle received her undergraduate degree in English from Holy Cross College and her Master’s Degree in Teaching from Simmons College. She is currently enjoying her position as the Learning Services Assistant for MassCUE – coordinating PD opportunities for educators.
Module 1: “Breakout Rooms”
In school: Use virtual escape rooms as a way to “chunk” content and engage students.
Learning remotely: Create LIVE virtual breakout rooms in Google Slides and Google Meet with your students.
Module 2: Screencast Tools
In school: Help your students learn how to use screencast tools to showcase their classroom learning.
Learning remotely: Explore multiple screencasting tools to create polished screencasts for your students.
Module 3: Interactive Learning Menus
In school: Create interactive learning options – choice boards, hyperdocs, learning menus for your students for use blended learning activities in the classroom.
Learning remotely: Use interactive learning menus to create an engaging and differentiated instructional tool for your students.
Module 4: Padlet
In school: Utilize Padlet for virtual discussions, differentiating content delivery and showcasing student work.
Learning remotely: Use Padlet as a quick formative assessment tool, and a way for students to share work, thoughts and ideas.
K-2.DTC.a.4 Use appropriate digital tools individually and collaboratively to create, review, and revise simple artifacts that include text, images and audio.
K-2.DTC.b.1Collaboratively use digital tools and media resources to communicate key ideas and details in a way that informs, persuades, and/or entertains.
K-2.DTC.b.2 Use a variety of digital tools to exchange information and feedback with teachers.
K-2.DTC.b.3 Use a variety of digital tools to present information to others.
3-5.DTC.b.1 Communicate key ideas and details individually or collaboratively in a way that informs, persuades, and/or entertains using digital tools and media-rich resources.
6-8.CAS.c.1 Describe current events and emerging technologies in computing and the effects they may have on education, the workplace, individuals, communities, and global society.
6-8.DTC.a.4 Individually and collaboratively, use advanced tools to design and create online content (e.g., digital portfolio, multimedia, blog, webpage).
6-8.DTC.b.1 Communicate and publish key ideas and details individually or collaboratively in a way that informs, persuades, and/or entertains using a variety of digital tools and media-rich resources.
9-12.DTC.a.1 Use digital tools to design and develop a significant digital artifact (e.g., multipage website, online portfolio, simulation).
9-12.DTC.a.2 Select digital tools or resources based on their efficiency and effectiveness to use for a project or assignment, and justify the selection.
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Learning Remix – Tech Tools to Support Students in the Classroom and at Home August 3, 2020 – August 14, 2020 Four online weekly sessionsRegister Now