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Staff, I am very excited about Actively Learn. This tool helps readers engage in reading. I would love the opportunity to demonstrate it to you and get you up and running with it. I can also train your students how to use it and set up their first reading activity. Please schedule a time for […]
Old Broadcasting verses New Live Stream Technology Old technology required hardware, television sets, and wiring. The hardware connected the television studio cameras to a switcher. The switcher board allowed the tech to select the camera angle and add text and graphics. The wiring connected the output to the televisions across the campus. Both schools I […]
Hello students. Today we will have some fun with some games about rocks. Use the codes below. Quizlet Live Quizizz Flip Grid Period 1 Period 2 Period 6 Period 7
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There are several ways to incorporate pre-recorded lessons. The blended learning model is my favorite. The students consume the instruction on their own personal device, at their own pace. The teacher is free to work with students individually or in small groups. The following video is a perfect example of how an instructional video can be used for blended learning. For example, all of the students could watch and listen to this video on their own personal devices. The video prompts the students to pause the video, in between each station. During this time student complete activities and resume the video when they are ready for the next video segment. This allows students to work at their own pace and the instruction is free to assist students instead of presenting the lesson to the entire class.