Time: 8:00 pm EDT
Kerry, Audrey and Peggy will present their experiences with their students’ reflective writing, in both math and science classes. The benefits of reflective writing for elementary and secondary levels will be discussed from the points of view of the students (self-regulated learning) and the teacher (formative assessment). This presentation will focus on the pedagogy of reflective practice, as opposed to any specific tool(s), but will include many exemplars from a range of tools, such as Twitter, Voicethread, blogs, googledocs, padlet, and epearl (digital portfolio).
Presenters: Kerry Cule, Audrey McLaren, Peggy Drolet
Audrey is an online math teacher for LEARN. She has been teaching math for almost 30 years, the last 7 with LEARN in the online environment.
Kerry has a background in engineering and made the transition to teaching in 2007. At LEARN, she currently has two roles: online science teacher and secondary science consultant.
Peggy has taught math at every high school level for over 25 years. Presently, she is teaching math online for LEARN.
Style of Event: webcast
Target Audience: Elementary – cycle 3, Secondary
Maximum 30 participants
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