Now, more than ever, students need to feel like their learning is connected to the world around them. Virtually sharing their learning through online exhibitions, student-led conferences, and presentations of learning connects students with an authentic audience for their work.
Ways to Share Your Learning Virtually
Virtual Exhibitions of Learning
Make meaningful connections by providing students with an audience for their work. Curate video and student work digitally to engage with families and community members.
Have students present their learning, grounded in artifacts/evidence from their own work, to a panel of peers and adults who can offer feedback and support for next steps. Toolkit courtesy of Envision Learning Partners.
Free digital workshops and virtual office hours in addition to the 40+ interdisciplinary learning resources available through TGR EDU: Explore, a no-cost, open online platform designed for educators, students and families.
Featuring one of the largest collections of creative Digital Storytelling Projects in Language Arts, History and STEAM. All projects, as of March, 2020, are free for teachers and students for the remainder of the year.
A compilation of Greater Good in Education practices and other resources that offer ways to address student and adult anxiety in this time of uncertainty, and that cultivate our human connection through kindness, compassion, and other prosocial qualities.
A recording of the free CORA webinar of March 26th featuring Dr. Luke Wood and Dr. Frank Harris entitled Employing Equity-Minded & Culturally-Affirming Teaching and Learning Practices in Virtual Learning Communities.