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Cross Panel Collaboration Session Resources

Today we are sharing the the resources from the Cross Panel Collaboration session presented by Alison Bullock and Andrew Bieronski.

Click  [here]  for the full session recording (audio, slides, chat window) or download the session  podcast.

Additional Resources Referenced in the Session

Important Curriculum

Planning notes

Mentorship Hangout

QR resources.

Sharing and Building  via  @fryed


Thinking Creatively – Cross Panel Collaboration

At our session on April 21st will we welcome Waterloo Region DSB teachers  Alison Bullock  and  Andrew Bieronski  to share about their experiences with an elementary/secondary cross panel collaborative project.

Join the OSSEMOOC presentation and collaboration room by clicking [here] any time after 7:30 p.m. EDT for our 8:00 start. Alternatively, you tune into our internet radio broadcast.

We look forward to your participation.


Audio Feedback for Students

Earlier this week,  this tweet from  Andrew Bieronski  caught my eye. Providing appropriate and frequent feedback to students is a critical part of the learning process. I like the idea that feedback happens in different forms, and I can think of a variety of  reasons why recorded feedback is a benefit to learners.


Check out the audio feedback  “how to”  guide [here].

How would you see this working for your students? or staff?

This picture and post shared by Mark W. Carbone.