In this video, I want to share with you an online resource that has saved me tons of time and made my virtual lessons more effective by creating tiered learning objectives and assessment rubrics.
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So let’s check out an online resource to use when planning your lessons for differentiated breakout rooms: http://pamhook.com/
This resource is rich and full of so many helpful things, but the one thing I want to draw your attention to is the two of the tools I used most often. One the learning intention (objective) generator and the other is the rubric generators. I would use these at the beginning of my lessons and the end of my lessons to give students the opportunity to self-assess and decide which breakout room to go to.
Be sure to download the free, editable, lesson plan template by clicking the link below.
In the next two videos of this 5 part series, I am going to walk you through what this would actually look like in virtual learning, online classroom. How to set-up and operate a lesson that is differentiated and gets students to self-assess and move through content in “tiered” breakout rooms both in Zoom and in Google Meets.
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