Joel, I am really intrigued by your model and how it sits with other teachers you work with? Is it something that is practised across all year levels? Also, is it used in other subject areas, such as English?
I am going to have to give this a try as I am intrigued, especially by the lemon
I have seen people do similar sorts of things with
. I really like the idea of applications like OneNote for , although I am not sure I would trust it as a .
I think that those almost posts are often some of the best lessons learnt. I guess this is why writing and then sitting with your thoughts can be useful.
I really liked this reflection on
Joel. The need to move online has forced a reflection on the differences between modes and mediums. I remember presenting on the , however I have really been left wondering about the impact when learning is only online. I really liked your point in your about adapting your pedagogy. Some things change, some things stay the same.
Because of the Coronavirus, schools across the world are sending students and teachers home and moving towards online learning. Parents and students are being assured that the learning will continu…
Joel Speranza adds some thoughts to the discussion about the transition to online learning. He argues that this needs to be understood as an emergency measure that should focus on self-paced learning. It is not a time for rethink everything, but instead to be kind to yourself and your students.