Monday, October 14, 2019

使用数字画廊散步的应对工具

Now that we're into the swing of things, Literacy Studies students have been working on a variety of activities, including a quarter project related to work in their reading classes.
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Sixth graders completed Google Slides explaining and supporting the genre of their independent reading books while seventh graders applied literary terms to one of their own independent reading books. Once their work was complete, it was time for our digital gallery walks!

If you're unfamiliar with a digital gallery walk, Matt Miller fromDitch That Textbookexplains it as "collaboration on their feet" and "...lets students display, share and discuss work much like a visit to an art museum. (You can read the full blog post and explanationHERE。)

扫盲学习的学生与他们的画廊一个额外的机会,走通过写与他们的同学的工作提出意见。他们的画廊散步的意见反映什么任务要求学生的。


经过一天的步行长廊,我收集了学生的反应,不仅如此,我可以通过他们的工作阅读,也留下学生自己的意见的文件。现在,学生通过课堂谷歌在其网页上书写形式,以及从他们的相关工作的同学的反馈也像我的反馈。


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