Primary Remote Teacher Sessions
November 21, 2020
How can you create powerful remote learning experiences for grades K-3? We're showing you how simple and engaging it can be! In our make and take style sessions, learn the best practices for primary remote instruction, how to create engaging and easy to follow synchronous and asynchronous lessons, as well as how to assess and track learning for primary students.
Who this Pathway is for: K-3 Teachers who are looking for a simple, but effective remote teaching roadmap for little learners.
Best Practices - Effective Remote Instruction for Primary Learners
Essential Question: How to improve online instruction for little learners?
What does effective remote instruction for primary learners look like? We're breaking it down for you in this session. Managing your remote classroom, what to prioritize for live synchronous learning, the best age appropriate tools and resources to use, as well as how to seamlessly transition between synchronous and asynchronous learning...we're covering it all! Go step-by-step and leave with tools, resources, and strategies to help you create engaging learning experiences for little learners.
How to Create Interactive Synchronous Lessons & Activities for Primary Remote Learners
Essential Question: How to hold little learner's attention during live remote lessons?
When little learners have a short attention span, how do you create and deliver live lessons that are actually interactive and engaging? In this hands-on make and take-style workshop, we'll walk through new engaging techniques and tools you can use, and then we'll help you design your own lessons and activities. Customized support to help you create a hands-on learning experience for little learners time after time. Prepping synchronous lessons just got easier!
How to Create Engaging & Easy to Follow Asynchronous Lessons for Primary Remote Learners
Essential Question: How to build simple lessons young learners can complete on their own?
Creating engaging asynchronous lessons for remote learning is challenging, but then add in primary learners and it can feel like you're trying to find a unicorn formula to build a lesson. In this session, we're walking you through a basic set of tools and a template you can use to design asynchronous lessons that are simple and interactive. Simple is key so young learners can complete lessons with little to no help from their parents or guardians. This paired-down workflow will help you save time designing asynchronous lessons that will actually engage your students.
How to Accurately Assess & Track Student Progress in Remote Learning
Essential Question: What do authentic remote assessments look like for little learners?
You've spent time creating engaging lessons, activities, and assignments, but how do you even begin to accurately assess your little learners? In this session, we're showing you the tools and techniques you'll need in order to create formative assessments customized for primary learners. We're helping you cut through the stress and confusion of assessments, so you can relax knowing that you're tracking student progress in the best way.