Instructional Design: Rapid Revamps for In-person, Hybrid, and Remote Learning
Participate and share : Poster
Saturday, December 5, 11:00 am–12:00 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
kerry parrish MacKenzie Shutt
Educators can transform the student learning experience by revamping their instructional design. Learn how high school and middle school instructors have revamped the learning experience through consistency, connections and curation. Get tips from instructors on organization, using technology to differentiate instruction and incorporating self-paced learning activities.
|Audience:||Coaches, Teachers, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Attendee devices:||Devices useful|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Windows, Android, iOS
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Attendee will use a qr code reader to access presentation materials.|
|Topic:||Creativity & curation tools|
|Subject area:||Math, Performing/visual arts|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
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The goal of this fast paced, information packed session is to provide attendees with practical strategies that they can use to revamp their next lesson. This presentation will focus on the two main components of quality instructional framework: lesson design and instructional expectations. This session is broken down into level 1 (beginner) and level 2 (advanced) strategies that can be applied to all levels of students (1-12)
Level 1: Instructional Organization:Instructors will show before and after lesson samples, demonstrating how and why the changes were made. Starting with organization strategies using basic google transformations like hyperdocs, slides, tables, and templates to curate the information for students.
Level 2: Teaching and Modeling Organization: Instructors will demo and provide examples of how they have used Toby, Symbaloo, Wakelet and Adobe Spark to organize resources for students.
Level 2: Differentiation: Instructors will share strategies for using a variety of technologies to differentiate instruction as well as provide options for differentiated assessment options.
Level 2: Self-Paced learning: Instructors will demonstrate and share a sample of how they have used self-pacing activities in the classroom to meet the needs of all learners.
*Samples will be shown for google classroom and an LMS (Canvas)
Student samples of work product will be on display as well as links to lessons.
Participants will leave the poster session:
1. Reflecting on their instructional design and how they can revamp their lessons to make provide students with more consistency.
2. New tech tools that could be utilized by the teachers to improve lesson design and organization.
3. Resources/research for setting up self-paced lessons for any content area and grade level. (6-12)
4. Simple tips for creating hyper docs, or slide templates; using color and layout to provide consistency for students.
The Art and Science of Teaching: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Instruction
Robert J. Marzano
Kerry Parrish is a Visual Arts Educator and Technology Coach at Crystal Lake Central High School. She is passionate about teaching students and teachers how to navigate new technologies. Creative problem solving is the key ingredient to her coaching and teaching style. Kerry is actively involved in the ISTE Arts and Technology as a PLN leader, and the Illinois Art Educators Association as the co-editor of the Mosaic Magazine and as the board Secretary. "Get Involved and Make an Impact!" Catch her on twitter - @KerryParrishArt!