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Don't forget your student work samples! - 1 example of HQW using digital tools/resources - "Succeeding"- 1 example of a "Starting" or "Striving" work using digital tools/resources.

  • Please sit next to a partner that will be staying the entire session.
  • Try to avoid groups of 3, if possible.
  • Choose a partner who did NOT co-teach the work sample activity.

WHERE SHOULD I SIT?

Designing Digital Lessons

SEEQS

Student Work Share

HOW CAN YOU TAKE YOUR LEARNING FURTHER?

NEXT STEPS

WORKSHOP, MAKE MISTAKES, AND TRY IDEAS

PLAYGROUND

BITE-SIZE THEORY TO INFORM YOUR PRACTICE

THEORY

TIME TO RETEACH, REFLECT, OR SET GOALS

REFLECT

SESSION BREAKDOWN

STRUCTURE

I can design authentic lesson plans that use digital tools and resources to maximize active, deep learning.

LEARNING TARGET

Reflecting/Theory

Task 1: Share your work1. Navigate to our Padlet (link in agenda) and follow directions under Nov. 29 Work Share. **Make sure to change the viewing privileges so everyone can see! Choice 1: Read your comments and tidy up1. Read the comments I've added (if you haven't already). 2. If you've shared anything on the Padlet, make sure the viewing privileges are open to "Anyone at SEEQS"Choice 2: Comment on others 1. Choose 1 colleauge's work 2. Open and view3. Comment - 1 compliment and 1 wondering/question

PADLET!

Turn and Talk - 2 minutesWhere does your student work fall on the SAMR model? Why? **Use the SAMR example linked in agenda if you need more definition.

Work Share

Protocol- use the HQW Protocol link to take notes

  • Share - 4 minutes (2 minutes per partner)
    • Explain your student work samples to your partner.
      • What is it? Define the project.
  • Compare/Contrast - 4 minutes
    • With a critical eye, determine and note the key differences between the HQW samples and the Starting/Striving samples.
  • Deconstruct - 4 minutes
    • Focus on the HQW (Succeeding) samples
    • What are the key attirbutes of HQW when students are using digital tools?

Work Share

  • Evaluate - 4 minutes
    • Focusing on the NON-examples (Starting/Striving samples)
    • Can you determine if the gap was the use of technology or understanding of the learning? Perhaps it was a bit of both.
    • What support/next steps might students need to improve?
  • Share out - 2 minutes
  • Goals - 3 minutes - Independent
    • Focus on one or all of the questions -
    • What additional technology supports might my students need?
    • What worked well with this activity that I can carry over to the next?
    • What technical learning did the students gain in this activity that they could apply to our next unit/activity/learning target?

Work Share

Playground

Maci's Tasks - 1. Meet with Emily, Cara, and Kat.2. Float to help and support for today's playlists.

Individual Rotation

  • If you see your name, go to your individual playlist. Otherwise, select 'general playlist'
  • Upload your work to our Padlet when you're done.

Individual Rotation

Next Steps...

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  • December skill-building and coaching sessions from Apple
  • Make one, small change at a time!

What's next?

  • Take the next few minutes to add your work to our Padlet.
  • Today, please add your name to your post.
Uploading options
  • Screenshots
  • Links
  • Text descriptions
  • Video of you explaining your learning

PADLET