Virtual Learning: from the "have to" to "plan to" Pt. 2
Virtual learning in a pandemic crisis – the now (Teachers)
In part two of Virtual Learning: from “have to” to “plan to” Dr. Coy continues by examining a brief and targeted look at virtual learning from the recent past. What has been shown to work, and what has not. Can you transfer some of those lessons to what is happening right now to your schooling environments? Next, the framework of Universal Design for Learning in digital spaces will be unpacked. As teachers, you can use the framework right now to see student success. Specific examples for increasing online engagement, delivering content, and assessing learning will be given.
Goals: Targeted Survey of Virtual Learning: what is known now, Universal Design for Learning in digital spaces, framework for building learning in digital educational systems
Review of effective virtual learning, everyone included
Universal Design for Learning, a quick and dirty introduction/review
UDL in digital educational environments: focus on students, parents/guardians
Examples of online engagement, delivering content, assessing learning
What to prepare for next time: Questions?
Survey upon leaving
30 minute after session Hangout
Audience: Teachers within all California Education Partners collaborations.