Optimal Engagement & Learning with Asynchronous Research Presentation: @LisaVardi’s 8th Grade American Studies Students Use @Flipgrid to Teach Their Classmates About Individuals Who Have Changed History During #BlackHistoryMonth & #WomensHistoryMonth

Optimal Engagement & Learning with Asynchronous Research Presentation: @LisaVardi’s 8th Grade American Studies Students Use @Flipgrid to Teach Their Classmates About Individuals Who Have Changed History During #BlackHistoryMonth & #WomensHistoryMonth

This year has undoubtedly forced us to reexamine assignments and assessments, reimagine what collaboration and projects look like, and create new avenues for students to actively participate in all aspects of class, whether at home or in the classroom. It has been a joy to see teachers creatively dream up new ways for students to … Continue reading

Visual Art Peer Critiques Reimagined Using @justmoteHQ

Visual Art Peer Critiques Reimagined Using @justmoteHQ

Find the full blog post on the Bullis School website Visual Art Peer Critiques Reimagined Shifting to an asynchronous presentation format allowed all students to actively engage and give constructive feedback on the work of their classmates  In a typical year, Art teacher Alice Shih-Kahn would spend two or three class periods having students present their … Continue reading