In this episode, I talk with ISTE author Rachelle Dene Poth about collaboration in remote learning environments. She shares strategies for supporting students working in teams when they aren’t side-by-side but working from home instead. You’ll also hear about her favorite technology tools and tips for remote learning.
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Collaboration in Remote Learning
So let’s make this EdTech easy…
- Reflect on your current communication
- Consider synchronous learning opportunities so students can learn together
- Include asynchronous learning opportunities so students can check in at their own pace
- Provide ways for students to hear your voice and check in on one another
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Rachelle Dene Poth’s Website
- Rachelle Dene Poth’s Books
- Find Rachelle Dene Poth’s Twitter
- ISTE Standards | The Leader in Edtech Standards
- Getting Smart
- 8 Ways to Check for Understanding with Nearpod (Blog post)
- New Remote Learning Resource Page from Buncee (Blog post)
- Nearpod (Student engagement tool)
- Zoom (Video Conferencing tool)
- Buncee (Remote learning tool)
- Remind (Family communication app)
- Which EdTech Tool Are You? (Quiz)
- This podcast was transcribed with Rev, use my affiliate link to try it out: try.rev.com/Cz82B
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