6 Tips for #DistanceLearning

Always a pleasure to work with Dr. Michelle Herczog at the Los Angeles County Office of Education to provide 6 Tips for Distance Learning. Here is a link to the webinar. I have pasted the agenda with additional links below.

Objective: Teachers will learn to simplify distance learning lessons and create engaging digital learning experiences. Presentation link: https://bit.ly/DL6Tips 

  1. Collaborate to Create Cross-Curricular Experiences
    1. Hiroshima Reading
    2. Cold War
    3. World History through Literature List
  2. Increase Engagement with Student Choice
    1. Choice Boards & HyperDocs
    2. Civil Rights Leaders
  3. Provide Feedback that Increases Engagement
    1. Learning from Distance Learning
    2. Culminating Task
    3. Feedback from History POV & ELA POV
    4. Weekly feedback
    5. Commonlit Written Response Rubric
  4. Emphasize Executive Function in the Learning Process
    1. Student Reflections on Time Management
    2. Goal-Plan-Do Review
    3. Exam Wrappers
  5. Focus on Familiar Learning Apps & Technology
    1. Listenwise
    2. Commonlit
    3. Playposit/Edpuzzle
    4. Flipgrid
  6. Extend Your Influence Beyond the Classroom
    1. Arist Text Messaging Platform
    2. 7 Day Cold War Class 
    3. Student Testimonials

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