Step-by-step video on how to create a direct instruction lecture that engages and promotes student accountability.
The video cover how to use your current Google Presentation, PowerPoint, or other format of direct instruction to create adaptive assessments that will engage and hold students accountability throughout the entire. Some immediate benefits include:
- Auto-graded students’ responses and provide immediate feedback. Students self-assess and retry for partial credit throughout the entire distance learning live direct instruction.
- Students collaborate with others to solve challenging problems during your distance learning live direction instruction using the chat feature of the video communication websites such as Google Meet or Zoom.
- Students’ responses and grades are recorded and auto-updated on their online gradebook.
- Teachers can identify off-task or struggling students by looking at students’ real-time data and data analysis.
Note: The video shows how the activity is created using the Learning Management System website that we host. However, this strategy can be implemented on other Learning Management System like Google Classroom as well, but it takes more work.