Live Class

Post Service PD 2015

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Post Service PD 2015
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  1. AHCCS Live Class

    Slide 1 - AHCCS Live Class

    • Hi Johnny!
    • Welcome to class!
    • Personal
    • Engaging
    • Interactive
    • Supportive
  2. Objective: In this lesson, we will take a look at what you can do during your live class sessions.

    Slide 2 - Objective: In this lesson, we will take a look at what you can do during your live class sessions.

    • Essential Question(s): What should I be doing during live class at AHCCS to make the most of the experience for the students?
    • Lesson Objectives
  3. Use this time to:

    Slide 3 - Use this time to:

    • Review content presented in the video lessons each week.
    • Review assignments that are due each week.
    • Discuss or debate weekly content.
    • What Should We Do in Live Class?
  4. Encourage students come.

    Slide 4 - Encourage students come.

    • Welcome students.
    • Encourage students to ask questions.
    • Set the Stage
  5. Establish class rules and expectations.

    Slide 5 - Establish class rules and expectations.

    • Encourage students to help you define the rules.
    • Review and post the rules in your live class every session.
    • Tip: post them as your first slide and again a few slides in to catch the late kids!
    • Rules and Expectations
  6. Rules and ExpectationsExample

    Slide 6 - Rules and ExpectationsExample

    • Remove distractions:
    • Minimize BBIM, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
    • Close out YouTube and other web pages
    • Put your cell phone down!
    • Actively participate
    • Minimal amount of private messaging
    • Be nice 
  7. Use your Blackboard features to encourage frequent participation.

    Slide 7 - Use your Blackboard features to encourage frequent participation.

    • Chat
    • Emoticons
    • Whiteboard tools
    • Polling feature
    • Break out rooms
    • Audio and video opportunities
    • Make it Interactive!
  8. Check for Understanding!

    Slide 8 - Check for Understanding!

  9. Move students who are not participating or responding to a break-out room.

    Slide 9 - Move students who are not participating or responding to a break-out room.

    • Have a co-teacher call, BBIM or text a student to remind them to participate in the live class.
    • Ask the student to raise his/her hand when they are ready to return to the Main Room
    • Disengaged Students
  10. Disengaged Students

    Slide 10 - Disengaged Students

    • Name your break-out rooms something like:
    • Busted!
    • Time Out
    • Penalty Box
    • Warm Up
    • Waiting Room
    • The Hive
  11. Disengaged Students

    Slide 11 - Disengaged Students

    • Name your break-out rooms something like:
    • Busted!
    • Time Out
    • Penalty Box
    • Warm Up
    • Waiting Room
    • The Hive
    • Positive
  12. Disengaged Students

    Slide 12 - Disengaged Students

    • Name your break-out rooms something like:
    • Busted!
    • Time Out
    • Penalty Box
    • Warm Up
    • Waiting Room
    • The Hive
    • Positive
    • But remember to:
    • Check on students
    • Instruct student(s) to raise his/her hand when they are ready to join class
    • Use the co-teacher for assistance
  13. “Go to Subject Area Cyber Cafés!”

    Slide 13 - “Go to Subject Area Cyber Cafés!”

    • “Don’t miss out! Use Moodle to access assignments rather than the gradebook.”
    • “Watch the entire video lesson before attempting the questions.”
    • “Read teacher feedback and re-attempt or resubmit assignments.”
    • Post Reminders
  14. Quick Check

    Slide 14 - Quick Check

    • When should you post Classroom Rules in your live class?
    • At the beginning of the year
    • At the beginning of each class
    • A few minutes after the class begins
  15. Quick Check

    Slide 15 - Quick Check

    • When should you post Classroom Rules in your live class?
    • At the beginning of the year
    • At the beginning of each class
    • A few minutes after the class begins
  16. When should you use Blackboard’s interactive features?

    Slide 16 - When should you use Blackboard’s interactive features?

    • Every 5 minutes
    • Every 2 minutes
    • As often as possible!
    • Quick Check
  17. Quick Check

    Slide 17 - Quick Check

    • When should you use Blackboard’s interactive features?
    • Every 5 minutes
    • Every 2 minutes
    • As often as possible!
  18. Objective: In this lesson, we will take a look at what you can do during your live class sessions.

    Slide 18 - Objective: In this lesson, we will take a look at what you can do during your live class sessions.

    • Essential Question(s): What should I be doing during live class at AHCCS to make the most of the experience for the students?
    • Review Objectives
  19. Questions

    Slide 19 - Questions