A one page guide with links to tools and approaches that we consider useful during online learning.
Remember KEEP IT SIMPLE and LESS IS MORE
Alison Yang has created a very handy little mnemonic to guide teachers in setting up online learning. Not all these tools are available in China, so we've come up with some alternatives and links to our guides on using these tools.
E-mentoring (sometimes referred to as electronic mentoring, digital mentoring, online mentoring, virtual mentoring, or computer-assisted mentoring) includes any type of mentoring that incorporates a digital technology.
Go to p31 for practical tips
At dojo4 we have asked each other one question every Friday at noon for the past six years and counting. Here’s the context…We stand in a circle. We bow. We clap. We do a minute of silent meditation. One person asks a question that helps us know and understand each other better. We’ve had easy questions and hard questions, poignant questions and silly questions.
Check in Activities - Check-ins are brief non-threatening, fun sharing of information by each member. Their purpose is to bring the group together at the beginning of a session or meeting. Here are some suggestions.