Do you want to engage your learners in higher order thinking and get all learners actively participating?
Total Participation Techniques are a game changer and can be used at all levels of teaching and learning, and can easily be used virtually as well.
Himmele & Himmele (2011) created this resource that never gets old. It is truly one of the best resources I have found as an educator.
I created a Loom video sharing some of my students’ work creating TPT folders in one of our courses as well as key ideas from TPTs and how to use them in both a virtual and face to face setting: How to Use TPTs to Engage Your Learners
Mark Barnes from Hack Learning interviewed Stephanie and I on integrating technology into the classroom and helping teachers move technology integration from substitution to transforming teaching and learning.
We talk about the purposeful integration of technology and how can we use this technology to help students develop the 4 Cs (creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication).