Reflection is a important aspect of teaching and learning and helps us improve our teaching practice.
Term 4 is very busy with assessment and reporting, however, we have had a profound experience over the last 15 weeks and it is important to consider the good things that happened during learning from home and how we may be able to incorporate this into our face to face teaching.
This is what is called a blended approach to teaching and learning. It is not about the tool you use, more ever how the technology amplifies or transforms the learning outcomes.
I have framed some this blog post with the CESE document: What works best 2020 update (click here).
The following are some areas and questions to consider while you reflect on your experiences of teaching online.
Self-marking quizzes (Google and Microsoft)
Using rubrics and comments in Google Classroom
Collaboration and communication
Communicating within your virtual classroom
Student directed autonomy
Thank you to all the staff at Killara High School for your herculean effort, passion and dedication to ensure our students continued to learn effectively in the online environment.
The Killara Learning blog is here to share the tips, tricks and ways to leverage technology for better teaching and learning. Please comment on the posts.
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