Lesson Building for a Virtual World
WEBINAR (1 hour) recorded October 28, 2020
This session shares pedagogy and instructional models for teaching science in virtual and blended learning environments. It demonstrates lesson building strategies that encourage students to engage, explain, and explore through live, virtual, and at home activities. It also identifies ways to use live and recorded instruction, and creative ways to evaluate student learning in a blended environment. At the end of the session, the presenter will lead participants through a chemistry lesson example that uses a combination of these models and strategies.
Meashell Steinwehr is a Science Content Writer for the Florida Virtual School, She is a graduate of University of Florida and University of Central Florida for Graduate School. Her constant driving force is finding ways to encourage students, friends, and family to enjoy learning and expanding their experiences and to think beyond their own spheres of influence and become global citizens that can make a difference in this world.
Meashell Steinwehr, Science Content Writer and Curriculum Development, Florida Virtual School
Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 7:00 pm ET