I apologize for not delivering a knock out performance, but hope that tonight will still deliver a great conversation.
Questions are below.
We might like to be as smart as Ken Jennings, or the Human Google Brad Williams from Wisconsin! However we don’t all have the mental capacity to remember vast amounts of information, nor do our students. In lesson and assessment design, how do you balance information mastery (facts) with analysis and application of information? #sstlap
Q2 Visual creation = learning!
Looking at the following example, what content could you apply this too, and what would you do to create an experience like this for your students? Fetal Pig Journal #sstlap
Q3 Make a difference in the global community! Students decide who is most deserving of lending real money to individuals trying to improve their lives. How can you provide opportunities for your students to make a difference in the world around them? #sstlap
KIVA loan program
Q4 Experts and guest speakers!
Students love to connect to new people. What lesson ideas do you have for bringing in an expert, or guest speaker that would create a memorable experience for your students? #sstlap
Last week we did a GHO and discussed Gamification with Michael Matera. The concept is incorporating game elements into your classroom. These include competition, side quests or activities that provide greater opportunities for learning, XP or experience points and so much more.
How can you incorporate some of these elements into your existing curriculum? What lessons might this be a great fit for? #sstlap
Q6 Paul Revere!
Everyone of us has experienced some amazing conversations and opportunities to learn. What can and WILL you do to bring the Educational Twitter conversations to your colleagues at school? How will this impact Students? #sstlap
Q7 Telephone Game!
Who have you shared the #tlap message with this year? How have you shared these ideas? How has this impacted the teacher and the students? #sstlap