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A KQED Do Now working group for the Fall 2013 semester.
The working group will be held during the Fall semester from September to mid-December and will be hosted entirely online.
The time commitment for this project is as follows:
* 1, 2-hour asynchronous orientation until September 13 and to complete the online Action Plan form that will help you develop a way to integrate Do Now into your teaching practice.
* 1, 3-4 hour mid-semester asynchronous session in mid-October (TBD). This session will provide you a choice from one of our online professional development modules to learn a digital tool that you can implement into the Do Now activity for your students to create a multimedia argument. You will be given a week to look at the materials, develop an example project and fill out a survey.
* 1, 2-3 hour end of the semester session in mid-December (TBD). This session will be blended as synchronous and asynchronous where you will have time to reflect on the project and fill out an end of the semester survey.
* You will have to commit at least a portion of one class/one teaching period per week through out the fall semester for this project.
* You will have to moderate your students responses (or do an exchange-type program with another teacher) each week.
* Become a Do Now leader/advocate for future iterations of this activity.
Página Web: http://education.kqed.org/edspace/about-do-now/
Última actividad: 11 Dic 2013
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