The Central Rivers Math Team has created a Promoting Math Discourse self-paced professional learning that may be helpful in your PD planning. The focus is to become familiar with technology tools to implement routines and tasks that allow students to discuss their thinking and explore their reasoning. This approximately one hour session housed in our Math Blog is appropriate for K-12 teachers of math as they are able to choose and engage in activities that are appropriate for grades they serve. Contact Amie Smith or any of our math consultants for more information.
Great tips for an INTERACTIVE Classroom from Classnotes with Miss Nicole She walks you through the steps to easily create an Interactive Classroom.
Here’s a quick tip to safely show a YouTube video without the worry of advertisements.
Type a dash between the t and u in the word “tube” in the URL and the video will enter full screen and eliminate ads.
For example, instead of sharing this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zerUb9zU1L0 – share this link: https://www.yout-ube.com/watch?v=zerUb9zU1L0
PRACTICAL WAYS TO
INTRODUCE AND BROADEN
THE USE OF SEL PRACTICES
IN CLASSROOMS, SCHOOLS, AND WORKPLACES
We are all looking for practical strategies to make our teaching engaging and impactful during these unusual times. The chart below outlines some common teaching goals and the face-to-face (F2F) active learning techniques often used to achieve those goals, along with corresponding approaches for online synchronous, online asynchronous, and physically-distanced settings.
Active Learning While Physically Distancing
Edpuzzle is an easy-to-use platform allowing you to engage every student, one video at a time. Edpuzzle Why & Training Options – LEA
Flipgrid is a social learning platform that allows educators to ask a question, then the students respond in a video. Flipgrid Why and How