It is official: I don't get to see all your lovely faces again :( Starting after spring break, on April 20, we will be moving to true online learning. That means that the materials I post will no longer be review, and will/can have a grade attached. I am still figuring out what that will look like, but I am starting to develop a system and a schedule for what our class will look like.
For this week only, all posts will be made both here and on my Teams Biodiversity page. I am not sure how I plan to use this platform during the online learning time, but I want to give you all the chance to get used to it. If I end up holding any live video classes, they will be as a meeting on this platform. I am trying to see which is more useful for us as a classroom tool, going into the coming months of online learning!
I have already posted several things on that teams page, which I would like you to do/respond to.
- I sent home information for how to access teams. That email is linked below.
- As a practice of using the platform, please answer the question I asked as a reply to the post on the Biodiversity Teams page. That means, click "reply," not "start a new conversation." Do not reply to this post: go to Microsoft teams!
- Fill out the Tech survey, here: Biodiversity Technology Survey.
- To provide accessible content for all students, I need to know what kind of technology you have at home, and how you use it. Please answer honestly, and completely. Don't be afraid to ask your family for help if you don't know the answer to some of these questions! There are no wrong answers: if you have tech issues, I need to know ahead of time so I can problem solve, and come up with a workable solution!