The V-Global project is based on collaborative work in blended learning. To get students to work together, we use participatory tools like MIRO. It is a free tool that allows doing individual and group work during or outside class, presentations, giving feedback on assignments, Q&A sessions, planning and structuring individual or collaborative work in order to construct knowledge.
Instructions : https://miro.com/blog/online-or-blended-classes/
It can be used for lesson plan can that will help organize lessons but help differentiate and plan for the different students’needs and ability levels. This template lesson plans can be modified and used again and again. One can organize the lesson in different sections:
- A lesson overview
- A summary of the tasks
- The assignment deadlines
- An area for student questions
- Further material
The Syllabus Template ensures that students are on the same time— literally with you when you want to be and figuratively all the time. It includes everything that’s happening to accomplish their work.
- Learning Objective Design Template
This template helps create a well-thought-out course that includes a supportive learning environment and skills practice, question & answers. The teacher has an overview in constructing knowledge. It means that teacher can “observe” all time the students’ progress on the one hand to create learner-centric statements that describe the desired behavior of the learner after the completion of an activity.
On the other hand, to helps identify and define assessment strategies that are aligned with established learning objectives. a simple way is provided by Miro with drag and drop components onto the canvas using sticky notes.
Thinking Critically Template
This template allows you to pose a interesting question, share supporting materials, and then facilitate an experience (synchronously or asynchronously) enabling students to test out their knowledge regarding the question. The collaborative work help participants see what they and others think about the question and if their opinions change once additional information has been introduced.