Rigor in the Remote Learning Classroom

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Join Barbara Blackburn of Blackburn Consulting Group and Share My Lesson for a webinar on Rigor in the Remote Learning Classroom.

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Do you feel like your remote learning instruction was satisfactory but not as rigorous as you had wanted it to be? If so, you are not alone. In this session, we'll explore how to incorporate rigor in remote learning for all grade levels and subject areas.

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Available for one hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval. 

On Demand version is available in closed captioning in English and Spanish.

Original Air Date:  July 23, 2020

  #1 COVID-19 Distance Learning / Hybrid Learning Webinar

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August 2020
Worthwhile topic. Locating the speaker's handouts was not very easy.
July 2020
Cannot find the resources!
July 2020
Webinar was great. There was a few technical difficulties and this would really be more effective for time period of 1.5 to 2 hours. The speaker has a wealth of knowledge and due to time constraints it felt like she had to rush some. Excellent webinar, Excellent presenter and Excellent information!! Thank you.
July 2020
If this was your first time on a Share My Lesson Webinar, then it might be a bit confusing for some people. It must be noted on the registration page that you MUST download and print the document that says Share My Lesson Remote to keep up with the Webinar. The one take away that I received from this webinar is to take one strategy of hers to use for the year or time period. It can be a bit cumbersome and frustrating to try and do everything at once. This would have been great if there was more time for the overall webinar. I had to watch it twice to take in the information. Her website is most helpful. There are a plethora of resources on there! Thank you Barbara!
July 2020
This was not useful at all. It wasn't even that the presenter used jargon, she really just babbled for an hour and gave anecdotes about her nephew. And she wrote a book? I hope the book is better than her presentation skills, which makes you wonder because the book is on remote learning, and she either was too lazy to make a presentation, or didn't know how to advance slides. POOR and I would give less than a zero.
July 2020
Good content, but it was very hard to follow because I couldn't get the resources.
July 2020
The presenter was very knowledgeable about her topic. She offered great resources in a short amount of time. I don't think this is a topic that can be covered effectively in 1 hour. I think the presenter knew that and tried her best to get through everything. I do feel that the audience was very frustrated and at times some were rude because the speaker was fast in her presentation and the screens and resources did not match. She realized the "tone" and I respect her for taking the initiative to apologize and take ownership of the mishap. She was able to ask for help from her assistant. He did a great job and they worked things out as a team.
July 2020
I have been searching for this topic for a long time. I did learn from this. It sure wasn't enough time - 1 hour usually isn't - but it gave me a start. There were some technical difficulties but many were caused due to individuals not familiar with the format of these webinars. I was there once too. Not the speaker's fault. I thought she was very imformative.
July 2020
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July 2020
Many excellent ideas for teachers to implement with blended learning and distance learning.
July 2020
great info
July 2020
Very frustrating....too many technical difficulties. Poll questions never posted as well as notes for presentation.
July 2020
Good resources based on the time given for presentation. I was able to download the resources, but it took some time.
July 2020
Great and informative presentation. Resources are very helpful.
July 2020
Excellent beigning webinar on rigor. It provides clarity in a user friendly format.
July 2020
Excellent Content. Experienced and well rounded information on how to engage with rigor
July 2020
This is not really a topic that can be covered effectively in 1 hour, and my expectations were higher than what I got. I did get some good resources to look into further. It was hard to find the resource document that had all the notes - it was not labelled well on the class page and perhaps should have just been titled Lesson Notes. Once I found it, her discussion made more sense. It would have been helpful to have at least some of the information in the lesson notes incorporated into the slide show. Lots of folks in the class never found the lesson notes and then didn't really understand what the presenter was talking about.
July 2020
Yes, unfortunately I was one of the ones that was never able to see the resources. Wish it could have been on screen, then it would have gone along with her presentation.
July 2020
One of the better webinars I have attended!
July 2020
Lots of good content.
July 2020
The information was very valuable and useful.
July 2020
She gave an incredible amount of stuff in a short period of time. Awesome and Thank you.
July 2020
The information and resources will be helpful in the upcoming school year.
July 2020
lots of information but need to watch again and check the many resources
July 2020
This was timely and very informative. I have some great ideas about engaging my students in the fall.
July 2020
A very productive webinar!
July 2020
July 2020
loved it! will use the resources shared.
July 2020
This gave zero tools for rigor in remote (or other) learning. Felt like a woman babbling with zero content. Competely disorganized. I'd recommend her USING a tool or two if she had some to demonstrate. Horrible waste of time with misleading title.