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Greg McVerry

my started up a wiki.goal to encourage people to read,record, and/or write a book review of children's bookhouse or one online. We want to see how many and schools get involved https://www.childrensliteraturewiki.jgregorymcverry.com/doku.php

Greg McVerry

Wow! One day after making tutorials on how to use doku wiki and people from across the globe have started to contribute. I encourage all and and folks get involved: https://www.childrensliteraturewiki.jgregorymcverry.com/doku.php?id=start

Greg McVerry

hey @scsu faculty at 11:00 I am running a session on Using Your LMS for the Teaching and Assessing of College Writing join gme, check the online trainign schedule. Other or faculty DM for the link.

Greg McVerry

Hey @scsu students published another video in Online Survival Guide Series: How to start yourself off for success each week: https://jgregorymcverry.com/myvideos#OnlineSurvivalGuide

(sorry for the buzz, had laundry going forgot to lower my gain)

Greg McVerry

I used to think death and retirement were the only pathways to innovation in I guess we can now add global pandemic to the list

Greg McVerry

I will never understand why @Blackboard can't handle something like setting the contents of a div container to display on overflow...It isn't much CSS. Lack of scrolling makes gradebook useless (I amb using FF Dev 71)

Greg McVerry

& teachers moving online & thinking about microlectutres,backstage post my planning one for @scsu classes. I have not taught with a ppt in over a year, you do not need to narrate slide decks. https://quickthoughts.jgregorymcverry.com/2019/07/25/how-i-made-my-lecture-on-disciplinary-literacie...

Greg McVerry

Example of a most effective and effiicient way to ensure all students succeed in #k12 #highered online. metacognitive checklist, an example from #edu106 @scsu

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Want to know the most effective and efficient way to help students succeed in your online class? Just provide a metacognitive checklist.

Here is an example from my Southern Connecticut State University class an intro to

https://edu106.jgregorymcverry.com/2020/learn-something-module-checklist

Did you read the Maisha Winn article?

Did you make a concept map, drawing the shape of Winn's piece? How would you visually represent the ideas, organizations, and connections?

Did you publish a post describing what you will learn?

Did you publish a blog post, meeting our new high standards, reflecting on the readings?

Did you bookmark three sources you will use to learn something?

Did you take and share notes on the bookmarks you shared?

Did you share three written reflections on what your are learning?

Did you share thee audio reflection on what you are learning?

Did you analyze a mentor text using our graphic organizer?

Did you submit a graphic organizer analyzing an online community

Did you write a 250 case study of your online community evaluating the space using a connected learning lens?



Greg McVerry

Hey @scsu at 11:00 I am demoing how to support group work in online learning. I welcome any or teacher to join. but DM for link to avoid videobombing.

Greg McVerry

Teach a Grad Edu course to already certified working teachers? Please, look at course and see if you meetgoalswhile creating a space for the teacher to reflect and work on "teaching and learning k12 online"

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