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ATDKY Optimizing the Virtual Learner Experience

  • February 12, 2021 9:52 AM
    Reply # 10088412 on 10078519
    Jasmine Stepp (Administrator)

    Yea, Katie Ryan, sometimes taking out the nice to haves are hard for me cause, in my mind those things are valuable too. But if I work smarter to identify the intentionality of every item I present, It will definitely make a difference. 

    Another thing I really appreciated was Keith's storyboard, if you will, of his presentation and adding actual times to each line item.

    I will definitely be incorporating that.

  • February 10, 2021 9:10 PM
    Reply # 10080543 on 10078519
    Katie Ryan Fotiadis (Administrator)

    My takeaways:

    1. Being intentional and strategic about camera use
    2. "The only thing we have time for in a Virtual Environment is need to know, not nice to know."
    3. Pairing and planning virtual activities with need/outcome/intent such as reflect or discuss or practice conversations or check for understanding 
  • February 10, 2021 1:24 PM
    Message # 10078519
    Jasmine Stepp (Administrator)

    Keith Keating never fails to deliver! One of my biggest takeaways from Keith's session was the importance of meaningful engagement and interactivity.

    To pick up last night's conversation, take a look at 5 Tips for Keeping Virtual Learners Engaged published by Keith Keating. 

    Which tips from the article or last night's session can you begin incorporating immediately and how will you do it?

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