Rethinking Learning in the Digital Literacy Classroom

In a time where we’ve had to adapt every aspect of school, how can we hold on to literacy practices that truly matter? This session will guide you to utilize a few simple technology tools to fuel independence, create routines to simplify your teaching and structure minilessons for elementary students that can be used across the curriculum. Intended audience: K-6 Educators



We invite educators to continue to learn and grow with these resources. Discover and collect new ideas and examples relevant to you after viewing the session video and related resources. Take notes and reflect while you view so you can customize the techniques for your own remote learning and classroom needs and adapt the strategies for your students. Let these guiding questions support your reflective practice after viewing the session and/or reviewing of session materials:

  1. How did you support independent learning in the physical classroom? In which ways have you or have you considered translating those strategies to your remote learning and teaching situation(s)?
  2. In what ways have you made learning “Active” rather than passive in your remote learning curriculum and instruction? What is working and what needs support?
  3. Considering the literacy strategies shared, which will you implement and what additional supports do you feel you need?

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