Uncomplicated Online Tools for Student-Centered Asynchronous Learning
While ZOOM meetings may include active or gamified elements, they are still teacher-centered. Instead, let’s offer active student-centered approaches which lead to increased student performance and improved learning outcomes. Here’s how to do this online
Week 3, Day 1: How to Help Them Thrive with Distance Learning.
How do we do our best to structure the learning so that more of our students can thrive in the distance environment, and achieve learning that will stick with them? Four Suggestions.
Week 2, Day 8: Spring “Shelter-In-Place” Break.
During this Spring “Shelter-In-Place” Break, you can register for meet-ups with colleagues and our team. We have sessions scheduled for each day the week, and you can find details via the Gateway. You’re more than welcome to pop in for partial sessions. We are all finding out about Zoom-room fatigue—the struggle is real.
Week 1, Day 3: Your second day of the soft launch started out well if you caught a different viral sensation…
Your second day of the soft launch started out well if you caught a different viral sensation on YouTube with S&T Professor Mike Bruenig. His adaptation of Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” is pure awesomeness.
T4LC Blog to Close the Social Distance
Day One, Remote Teaching for Learning. 03162020. Thank you for checking out this new blog.