Transitioning Your Classroom Online:
Tools, Tips and Tricks
Webinar Live Stream: Module 3
Transitioning Your Classroom Online: Tools, Tips and Tricks
Monday June 22nd 2020 from 3:00-4:00 EST
Target Audience: Elementary and Secondary Educators
Given our latest reality, using digital content is the most effective way to reach your students without doubling up on your efforts (in both face to face & online settings).
Using the tools, tips and tricks of some of our most experienced online teachers will hopefully provide some support and direction, in transitioning your course and learning activities online to a more blended model for all learners.
A recording of the session is available below.
Participant questions were compiled from the webinar chat and organized by moderators. Participants can view the compiled Q&A at the following address bit.ly/3TRANSITIONCLASSQandA
Archived Recording of this Session
Recording of Module 3 - Transitioning Your Classroom Online: Tools, Tips and Tricks
This table organizes tools according to their pedagogic intention, situations in which to use them, and with whom (includes Desmos, Classkick, Quizlet, Quizizz, Kahoot, Flipgrid, Padlet, Graspable Math, Geogebra, and many more).
Practical DCF Resources
An animated image of the Digital Competency with connections to each of the 12 dimensions, along with examples for the learning and teaching context bit.ly/DCFanimatedwheel
This 2-minute video provides a simple overview of the Digital Competency. It is intended for students, but can be useful for anyone in our school community. bit.ly/DCFintrostudent
A compilation of several DCF resources all in one place bit.ly/DCFresources