In Part 1, we covered some low-stakes, quick-to-implement active learning strategies - this past week, in Part 2, we looked at some higher-order strategies, aimed at breaking down complex content, and allowing for differentiated instruction.
These strategies can be modified for any teaching modality (in person, asynchronous online, or synchronous online), but we model them in the synchronous online environment with Webex Meetings. The slides include some video links of tried & true sources that will take you through the approaches taken in other teaching modalities (in-person and asynchronous online).
NOTE: Due to a series of tech issues/user error, we do not have the full Webex recording this week - but I did go back to do a walk-through of the slides in this video! The good news is that this recording only runs about 15 minutes...
We'll be back LIVE on Tuesday, March 9th | 2:30-3:30PM (session room opens 15 minutes prior to start time) for "Interactive Notebooks." Keep an eye on your email for more details!
No registration necessary.
Use this link to join the Webex session:
The link to the webinar recording will be made available to you weekly - watch your email!
Awesome people who want to help you do awesome stuff in the classroom! Join the conversation here or in our Facebook Group: CGCC Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment