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Student Accountability in the Virtual World

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As schools quickly moved from a traditional classroom setting to an online environment, students were unsure what to expect, and teachers did not have an opportunity to prepare them. Join Dr. Michelle Cheasty as she discusses how to shift the work load from the teacher to the student and how to help students become accountable for their own education in a virtual world. You'll also learn about several applications you can use to share information with your students, as well as tools to help them stay on top of due dates and assignments.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Monday, February 8, 2021 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, Digital Citizenship, Virtual Learning
Tags: accountability, applications, digital citizenship, tools, virtual learning

Reviews (23)

nice work
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This is awesome information because we are all experiencing burnout right now.
Thank you. Very helpful for high school students.
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Very helpful!
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Lots to think about and so many expectations.
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This was not useful at all. Anyone can read slides. I need to see what she is talking about. I do not recommend this video.
This applies to older children. The young ones are more difficult to be held accountable because they are still very dependent on adults to fill their most basic needs. Like food & shelter.
Helpful insight.
Great Webinar!!
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