Responses provided by Liz Remigio & Jay Beito What kind of workshop did you attend? We [Liz Remigio, Jay Beito, and Mary Hicken] attended the Skillful Teaching Workshop in San Francisco as a team, which allowed us to collaborate during the sessions and to synthesize the content together at the end of the day. Engaging … Continue reading Summer Teacher Feature: Beito, Hicken, & Remigio
In this learning model, groups of students rotate among “learning centers”—self-contained sections of a classroom where they can engage in various collaborative, directed, and/or independent learning activities (EdSurge 2017).
I was really nervous about this reflective T3 meeting. Not because I had run through the schedule 10 times too few or that I didn't practice reciting my lines every day on my drive to work, but because, I never really know who or what to expect at T3 meetings. What if no one shows … Continue reading T3 November: That Gut Feeling
Presentation created by Dr. Laura Ramey What is a HyperDoc? HyperDoc is a term used for an interactive Google Doc that serves as the foundation for a "choose-your-own-story" lesson. Click here to learn more about how you can create your own HyperDoc.
Created by Thien Pham When it comes to submitting homework assignments, viewing hidden folders, or accessing documents based on completion rules, it can be unclear what a student's view looks like in comparison to what you (as a teacher) sees. Check out this quick tip from Mr. Pham on how to look at Schoology from … Continue reading How to View as a Student in Schoology