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Video Review of Week 2

One of the educators will make a video review of the week.

Claire looks back at some interesting talking points from this week. Below are links to the conversations and websites she mentions.

Liliana, overcoming obstacles helps us deal with tech failure

Alex – links to an article about the SAMR model of technology adoption

Revathi – QR codes

Patricia’s Tweet sheets and Beanbeanbean

Your recommended websites
Teaching tools and websites
Websites and tools for learners
Larisa’s list
Giselda’s list
Consuelo – sites to create own teaching materials

I made this video using Flipgrid which is a tool I learnt to use recently, so that is my recommendation! It’s very user-friendly and you can use it to set up asynchronous conversations with your learners – or their parents!

Support for teachers and teacher educators teaching online

Remote teacher guidance – including in low connectivity contexts.

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Project work Padlet from week 1 Password: classroom

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Next week you will be looking at understanding national policies and practice. You will consider how local and national policies affect you as a teacher, and look in particular at policies concerning online safety, bullying and child protection.

If you’ve finished this week’s activities early and are keen to get started, why not go to Week 3 now?

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