Episode 96: How to Use "Layering" to Plan Engaging Online Lessons with Dr. Connie Bishop
In episode 96 of the Lecture Breakers podcast, Dr. Connie Bishop takes us through how she plans an engaging online lesson.
She uses an approach she describes as "layering" which is how she organizes the different learning experiences, content, and activities to keep her students focused, engaged, and on task without getting overwhelmed.
Tips for teaching online without getting overwhelmed and still being authentic to who you are as a teacher.
How to use "layering" to plan your lessons.
Why and how she helps students get comfortable with technology and establishing a digital presence.
How she adapted some of her in-person activities to an online format.
How she keeps track of what teaching strategies, tech tools, and approaches she wants to try in her courses.
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