This webinar is the third in a series intended to provide teachers support in delivering instruction online.
This webinar will provide a window into the planning, implementing, and reflecting associated with curriculum, instruction, and assessment delivered in an online setting. Teachers from Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy (MGLVA) will share video examples of lesson planning and classroom instruction and offer insights into the decisions they make in developing their learning plans.
Educators who register for this event will be asked to view posted video clips (posted one week prior to the event) prior to attending the webinar on Tuesday, June 16 event. Videos will show examples of online planning and instruction, and teachers will describe the decision-making needed in elementary and secondary settings to achieve learning targets. PLEASE NOTE: It is important for participants to review video clips prior to June 16. We will be using the breakout feature of Zoom to encourage dialogue and small group interaction.
- Increased awareness of online learning strategies that engage students
- Understanding about what makes effective learning plans
- Appreciation for the role planning plays in the delivery of online lessons
Previous webinars in this series:
Using the formative assessment process to enhance student learning in an online environment: Getting started
Formative Feedback: Navigating the complexity of engaging student thinking
General Session-Elementary video-Office Hours-June 16, 2020
Middle School video-Office Hours-June 16, 2020
High School video-Office Hours-June 16, 2020
Presenter: Jay Schreur
Jay Schreur has been an educator for 7 years, spending his first year teaching abroad in a public brick and mortar school in Korea. For the past five years, he has been teaching at Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy as a world history, economics, and contemporary world issues teacher. Jonathan has been a member of FAME (Formative Assessment for Michigan Educators) for almost four years, this being his first as a Coach. During previous summers, he has enjoyed leading and facilitating cross-cultural travel experiences for high school students.
Presenter: Lindsey Howe
Lindsey Howe has been an educator for 14 years. She spent her first eight years teaching in two different brick and mortar schools. For the past six years, she has taught at Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy, where she started as an English 9 and SAT prep teacher, moved into career development, and then began her current role as the high school literacy coach. Lindsey has been a FAME member for almost four years; this is her first year as a Coach. Lindsey has worked for many years to advocate for virtual teaching and to bridge the "gap" between virtual and brick and mortar.
Presenter: Theresa Moore
Theresa Moore has been an educator for 12 years. She spent her first six years teaching first, second, and third grade at two different brick and mortar schools. For the past six years she has been at Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy where she taught fourth grade for three years and has currently been serving as an elementary literacy coach for the past three years. Theresa has been a FAME member for one year. She has worked hard to support teachers in reaching their students’ literacy needs in a virtual school while getting books in the hands of kids as often as possible.
Presenter: Donna Wright
Donna Wright has been an educator for 14 years. She spent her first ten years teaching MS Math at an inner city brick and mortar school. For the past four years she has been at Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy where she taught MS Title math class for one and a half years and has currently been serving as MS Math Content Coach for the past two and a half years. Donna has been a FAME member for one year. She has worked hard to support teachers in reaching their students’ mathematical needs in a virtual setting, promoting both virtual and hands on manipulatives to increase conceptual knowledge in mathematics.