Technology in the Class
Okay, so a lot of people have been posting their virtual teaching experiences. It’s great to see everyone doing their thing BUT isn’t it against students FERPA rights to post their names?! Am I buggin’ out? Can y’all stop?
So I'm thinking about diving in and trying nearpod, anyone have positive or negative feedback to consider or friendly tips?
Love this expectation chart for online learning. But, should we expect students to have to turn on a camera? Is this fair to the kids who have different living situations and might feel embarrassed of showing their living space? Idk what to do with that aspect of distance learning. Suggestions?
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