Teaching

RoP Online – Meeting 2

October 18, 2020: Teaching

This week’s meeting continues the conversation on learning.  The meeting is organized into three big chunks. How people learn Twenty minutes is never enough time for a research discussion, but that was all the time we had allotted for it this week.  Learning styles is such a pervasive idea that is incredibly difficult to let […]

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RoP Online – Meeting 1

October 11, 2020: Teaching

Meeting 1 for our new online series We launched RoP Online this week. Feeling excited and a bit overwhelmed that four facilitator teams are teaching four cohorts of Reflecting on Practice (RoP) Online with educators from across the country and cultural sector. This experience is a quick and massive pivot for everyone, including for us.  Teaching […]

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Highlights from Meeting 4 on April 10, 2020

April 13, 2020: Teaching

This fourth online meeting, the community engaged in another Video Reflection. One of our RoP Leaders, Lindzy Bivings from California Academy of Sciences, volunteered to be educator-presenter. Given everyone’s focus on teaching online, Lindzy selected a lesson and problem from one of her distance learning classes with kindergarteners.  These moments highlight the strength and versatility […]

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Highlights from Meeting 2 on April 3, 2020

April 5, 2020: Teaching

This meeting focused on leading a Video Reflection online. We wanted to make the point that reflecting on your practice and problem solving together can continue to be done online. So, don’t stop those habits and routines. You are merely shifting them online. Catherine & I have been doing this for several years now with […]

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Beware of uninvited disrupters

April 3, 2020: Teaching

With everyone using video conferencing platform like Zoom, there has been instances of Zoom bombing. Read the story from NPR to understand what is Zoom bombing. Protect yourself with settings to prevent zoom-bombing.

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Highlights from Meeting 1 on April 1, 2020

April 3, 2020: Teaching

We had intended to teach from Canvas, but because not everyone had joined the course yet, we opted to use Google Slides. Here is the slide deck for today’s meeting. (I had intended to record the meeting, but totally forgot to click record. Plus watching these 90 minute meetings is not exciting.)I will highlight some of […]

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