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Wednesday, August 1 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Edpuzzle - How To Assess Your Lectures

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This session will show teachers, of any content, how they can use videos to introduce, teach, or review a lesson and assess what the student knows or learned from the video. This is an alternative to giving formal lectures and calling on students at random to answer questions. This approach can make direct teach or review lessons more engaging and relevant for students. It also differentiates the speed at which students receive the information and reply to questions asked. During the session teachers will view a video that I used in class, participate in a short video themselves, and then create one that they could use in their classes.

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avatar for Keatra Nesbitt

Keatra Nesbitt

Teacher, AISD, LBJ ECHS
I am a 4th year Algebra 1 teacher and 3rd year Math Department Chair at LBJ Early College High School. Before teaching I was an Academic and Financial Aid advisor for private colleges and universities. My passion for teaching is backed by the desire for more of our society to be able... Read More →



Wednesday August 1, 2018 1:45pm - 2:45pm
JBWS 363

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