I started creating virtual choice boards for my students when learning went online in Spring 2020 due to Covid19. Like many educators, I realized that the strength of virtual choice boards is due to their visual appeal, student choice, links to countless resources and tech tools. I use them to organize a mini-unit, fun activities, input a variety of tech tools and assessment options. I hope you find these virtual choice boards helpful, whether you are teaching your students in person, virtually or a hybrid mix of both. Please use the “Make a Copy” function in Google Slides to make your own first. That way you can add your own links, bitmojis, resources and tech tools. I hope these are engaging and informative for your students! Sincerely, Jennifer Baron @ecoinquiry on Twitter, EcoInquiry on Instagram and www.ecoinquiry.ca
- Beautiful ski on Lake Simcoe yesterday!See full post @harrowsmithmagFrom my class to you!I like seeing the sun set and the moon glow within minutes of each other. Magical windy sky evening. #moon #snowRealize the best angle for getting the shot was lying down in the snow. It's heavy and deep, think I'll just stay here. #sunsetAt STEM It Up! virtual conference with ETFO women educators today. So many ideas to engage girls in #STEM!