Making curriculum decisions related to students' learning loss is on every educator's mind—both addressing immediate concerns and prioritizing learning as education and a need for innovation continues moving forward. To discuss your needs and concerns, contact Janet to schedule a free virtual meeting.
Teachers involved in curriculum revision analysis
Documenting OF Learning
Documenting FOR Learning
Annotating Tool: PowerPoint
Here is an annotexted video example that includes reflections from Grade 6 students who annotexted (in white font) their captured video segments they recorded during their literature circle discussions.
Literature Circle Video Analysis - Annotexting
Another strategy to get started is to begin blogging with a reflective tone to your documenting learning posts. If you have never blogged before, you can find out how to set one up by reading this helpful how-to guide. Then be brave and share your thoughts as you are learning, just like Melanie Mulcaster is starting to do, as she shares is her post “Letting off some #STEAM.” Notice that she included three reflective sections: what I noticed, what I wonder, and where we are going next. By using these types of metacognitive prompts (similar to Visible Thinking’s I See, I Think, I Wonder routine), it creates documentation artifacts that can be revisited over time AS learning, as well as FOR current learning purposes.
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