Brent Duckor – Twitter: @BrentDuckor – associate professor in the Department of Teacher Education at San Jose State University, and Carrie Holmberg – Twitter: @CarrieHolmberg – lecturer and preservice teacher educator at San Jose State University, led this conversation:
We blend research-based, high-leverage instructional and assessment strategies (the “7 Moves framework”) to energize, re-engage and foreground student voices in synchronous learning environments. Using Zoom, Google Docs, and other distance learning tools we demonstrate how to make it happen with you and your students. Join us to open up real conversations and explore new directions in online assessment for learning.
Intended audience: Those who teach grades 6-12.
- 3:20 – Intro from Dr. Duckor and Dr. Holmberg
- 27:46 – Move 1: Priming
- 31:02 – Move 2: Posing
- 36:36 – Move 3: Pausing
- 41:02 – Move 4: Probing
- 44:34 – Move 5: Bouncing
- 50:35 – Move 6: Tagging
- 57:12 – Move 7: Binning
The SJSU Lurie College of Education has established this free K-12 Online Teaching Academy to support pre-service teacher candidates and current teachers to strengthen their online teaching skills and adapt to our current circumstances. Learn more about the academy at sjsu.edu/education/k12-academy
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