💬 Some ‘lesson recipes’ for maintaining quality teaching and learning from home

Bookmarked Some ‘lesson recipes’ for maintaining quality teaching and learning from home (Bianca Hewes)

The idea is that we take our excellent face-to-face teaching practice (both its diversity and structure) and modify it for the Learning From Home context. It features four types of lessons – synchronous (individual and collaborative), asynchronous individual, asynchronous device-free and asynchronous creative/collaborative which teachers can rotate through over a week or a cycle. (This is the bit Kelli McGraw helped me with – deciding which four to include!) It is not meant to be prescriptive, just a template to support planning of lessons. Teachers who choose to use it can fill in the template for the four lessons and it can be shared with students on the beginning of the week/fortnight.

Thank you for sharing your ‘recipes‘ Bianca. Your mix reminds me of Zach Groshell’s suggestion to look beyond synchronicity and focus on interaction and directions.

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