With an increase of screen-time for students and teachers, the idea of closing our eyes and listening to podcasts is more appealing than ever! Listening to podcasts gives us the benefit of a good story, opportunity to learn, or focus on self care without the screen time.
We are offering 5 ways to turn off your screens and tune in with podcasts.
Whether we are virtual, face-to-face, or hybrid, how we design and package learning opportunities can impact student engagement. Today's post is not about resources but more about a time to reflect on how we are designing lessons to have the biggest impact on student learning.
"Research shows that less teaching plus more feedback is the key
In Visible Learning, John Hattie notes that feedback is “one of the most powerful influences on learning and achievement”. If we are looking for ways to help students develop as learners, focused, formative feedback is crucial. Feedback is a powerful practice that can connect us with our students in a positive helpful way. There are several ways for providing focused feedback. We have categorized them into Audio, Text, and Video and listed ideas for each.
"No time to give and use feedback" actually means