Duke Lines

Duke Lines

24 Nov: Assessing Teacher Effectiveness in a Hybrid/Virtual Classroom

Effective teaching is effective teaching, no matter where it occurs. But how do we assess and support our teachers in a hybrid and/or virtual classroom? This session will provide examples of best practices in the hybrid/virtual classroom as well as tips and tools for administrators, instructional coaches, department chairs to assess and support their teachers.

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24 Nov: Assessments, Feedback, and Grading in a Hybrid/Virtual Environment

Over the course of this year, we have seen a shift from Pandemic/Crisis Teaching to in person, hybrid, and/or full virtual learning. With all the changes and sudden shifts in teaching and learning, how do we provide meaningful, actionable feedback to our students on hybrid/virtual lessons that goes beyond praise? How do we effectively evaluate and issue grades as well? This session will provide a variety of resources, strategies, and tools in the areas of grading, assessment, and feedback in the hybrid/virtual classroom.

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24 Nov: Providing feedback to teachers on hybrid/virtual lessons

Over the course of this year, we have seen a shift from Pandemic/Crisis Teaching to in person, hybrid, and/or full virtual learning. With all the changes and sudden shifts in teaching and learning, how do we provide meaningful, actionable feedback to our teachers on hybrid/virtual lessons that goes beyond praise? This session will provide a variety of resources, look fors, and strategies on feedback in the hybrid/virtual environment.

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24 Nov: Classroom Management in a Hybrid/Virtual Environment

How can you create a hybrid/virtual classroom where students of different abilities, interest, or learning needs experience equally appropriate ways to absorb, use, apply, synthesize and evaluate concepts as part of the daily learning process? Explore a variety of ways to differentiate instruction and engage all students in the learning, no matter where it occurs. Discover the value and teacher credibility and clarity from the tenets of John Hattieā€™s Visible Learning. See how these all can impact student achievement and engage all learners in your hybrid/virtual classroom.