Instructional Strategies That Work with Videoconferencing
Videoconferencing can bring the world to your classroom. It allows educators to bridge the divide by bringing experiences to rural students; by engaging conversations and interactions between urban and rural students and by connecting students globally. Whether using desktop videoconferencing or room based videoconferencing, educators can bridge the divide between “dabbling” in videoconferencing to fully integrating with solid classroom instructional strategies.
Links are shared in the order referred to in the presentation video.
Top VC-Using Teachers Study
- Videoconference Project Templates Booklet
- More blog posts on integrating Marzano’s instructional strategies that work with videoconferencing
- Poetry Slam
- Read Around the Planet in World Languages
- Monster Match
- TWICE’s We the Kids
- MysteryQuest World Geography
- MysteryQuest USA
- TX HistoryMystery
- Landmark Challenge
Final Slide Links: More to Explore
- TWICE, Michigan’s K12 Videconferencing Organization
- Collaborations Around the Planet / Projects.twice.cc
- SouthwestNet Distance Learning
- My Blog (you’re here!)
- Follow Me on Twitter
- Collaborative Projects Wiki
- Online Classes: Planning Interactive Curriculum Connections and Kid2Kid Videoconference Connections
- See also the Skype Resources
Be sure to enjoy the rest of the K12 Online Conference 2010!