Announcement How To Conduct Live E-Learning Training Sessions Since the early days of live e-learning also known as virtual classrooms, synchronous learning, or webinarsI have designed and conducted several training sessions. My focus has been on increasing meaningful interactivity in these virtual sessions—just as I have been working on interactive strategies in face-to-face sessions for several decades now. During the past two months, I have embarked on a project to explore interactivity in live e-learning and adapt different face-to-face interactive strategies to this intriguing arena. I have had the good fortune of working with my old Aussie mate Harvey Feldstein and my new New York buddy Jonathan Finkelstein, both of whom provided me with crash courses on the virtual classroom technologies.
This strategy can also be integrated with the use of technology and electronic information such as eBooks see example below.
Give students time and means to practice the technique and reinforce successful performance. Monitor and support students as they work. Teacher should ask students to: Read through the selection first.
Reread and begin to highlight main ideas and their supporting details. Highlight only the facts which are important or the key vocabulary not the entire sentence.
After highlighting, look at what they have highlighted and summarize what they read. Take what was highlighted and write a summary paragraph. Teachers may wish to have students use various colors of highlighters to identify main ideas from details e.
When using an eBook, teachers should ask students to: Reread and select a portion of the text that the student wishes to highlight by highlighting or changing the font of the text OR using text boxes for comments.
From the menu select the add text box option. Type in the comment into the text box and click anywhere outside the text box to finish. Summarize what they read by using the highlighted text or text boxes to write a summary paragraph.School-wide Evaluation Tool Implementation Manual.
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Roles of a Teacher in the Classroom font size decrease font size increase font size; Print; Email; Teachers play vital roles in the lives of the students in their classrooms. Teachers are best known for the role of educating the students that are placed in their care.
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