Parker Glynn-Adey

Heather Lynn Johnson: Create. Don’t Convert.

Posted in Teaching and Learning by pgadey on 2020/05/29

Foundational questions:

  • What do I want students to learn?
  • How can I curate a learning experience that takes advantage of this learning space?
  • What is feasible without creating something that is really text heavy?

Museum experience

Teaching playground:

  • Introduction (video: learning goals, objectives, human-engagement)
  • Investigation (classroom video, geogebra, interaction)
  • Reflection (how do I want people to engage with this? what do I want people to notice?)
  • Response (to the experience)

Freeze Frame Activity:

  • Take a screenshot
  • Give a title
  • Explain your title / choice

Recognize students device capabilities: phone, computer, etc.

Share directions on how to do stuff

Simplify, simplify, simplify.

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