Dr. Chris Jones shares how you can engage your students in new ways while teaching remotely. Dr. Jones has created a short synopsis of each topic to save you the time of needing to re-watch the webinar. This webinar covers teacher self care and interactive virtual classroom techniques.Download Presentation
Teacher Self Care
Workspace Loom – How to plan your work space
Routines Loom – Planner for helping you set up your routines for the day
Well-Being Loom – This guide will help you set up your well being plan
Compassion Fatigue Loom – Frank discussion about Compassion Fatigue and what can be done about it
Sphere of Influence – A tool to help you with your stress management
Interactive Virtual Classroom Techniques
Surface Validation Loom—A reminder to avoid coming to the rescue to quickly during a deep (application) activity.
Funneling vs Focusing Questions – When and where should I use these types of questions? How can I use Focusing questions in an online deep learning situation.
Your students finding their voice—This segment show how deep learning activities can be great scenes for students to find their voice.
Getting the group involved—A technique to encourage group involvement
Using Humor—A technique to cut the tension a bit and give a mental break so they can regroup and finish the task
Revoicing—A technique used by the teacher to paraphrase what the group has been saying in order to provide clarity.
Rejecting Self-Report – A technique used by teachers to validate that students truly understand