Low prepstrategies

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  • Tech Tips & Strategies (link on left nav menu) -- lists common DI strategies grouped by type (Content, Process, Product, etc.) and designates certain strategies as Low-Prep (red asterisk). These strategies are easy to start with and can take very little preparation to implement in the classroom. These are great strategies to begin using, however, adding technology can often take more prep time as well as classroom implementation time -- and, so, shifting to higher prep strategies. As with any technology implementation, do so when it makes a difference, not just for the sake of using technology!\n
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  • Low prepstrategies

    1. 1. Low-Prep Strategies Explorer Group
    2. 2. Caveat• Technology Can be Low Prep if... • Ample Availability • Reliable & Familiar & Well-Supported • Tools Already in Place & in Use
    3. 3. Diagnostic Assessment• Survey Tools (Google forms)• Socrative• Online surveys of interests & learning profiles
    4. 4. Formative Assessment• Online Rubrics – Rubistar• Socrative• Online Quizzes – Quia• Exit Cards – wikis, micro-blogging, forums
    5. 5. Flexible Grouping• Intentional – spreadsheet data• Self Selection – preference survey (Google form)• Random – Random Assignment Generator
    6. 6. Challenge• Select one or two low-prep strategies to develop for your practice• Consider how technology might be used to prepare, enhance, or manage the strategy

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