By Stacy Dolderer
This year my Computer Science and Business courses have been put fully online to accommodate for those students who chose remote learning.
As a result, I’ve had the opportunity to deliver instruction for individual learners when needed in the form of videos, chat messages, shared programming, and synchronous meetings. I encourage students to advocate for themselves and reach out to me when they are confused, and we then work by using the technology available to us to find a solution. I’ve also learned, through technology tools such as Microsoft Teams and CodeHS, methods of delivering differentiated assignments that reach common goals.
I’d like to share some of successes this year:
I will continue to employ many of these methods of personalization next year when I return to face-to-face teaching.