Heading back to school in September? This might mean remote learning, a hybrid scenario, or in-person classes. We acknowledge that these are challenging and unprecedented times. LabXchange is here to support you. In this series of posts, we’ll share strategies for remote learning and ideas for building online community.
Strategies for Remote Learning
- Use consistent naming conventions in your online class.
- Likewise, use cues that your students can easily recognize, like review, extension, or new.
- Also, share your content and pathways directly to Google Classroom.
Support All Learners With Pathways
- In addition, provide multiple modalities of content through pathways, LabXchange’s modular, flexible tool for creating personalized, differentiated learning.
- Also differentiate your pathways using notes.
- Support ELL students by including a glossary in your pathway, for example.
- Set learning objectives for your pathway, using Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Develop a Growth Mindset
- With this purpose in mind, use interactive content to actively engage your students.
- Create formative assessments: set the number of attempts to unlimited.
- LabXchange simulations are cheat-proof. To conclude, every decision matters, and builds a growth mindset.
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