Noyce MTF Phase 2 Supplement Resources
Lessons learned from Noyce Master Teachers
Facilitating remote projects with young children
Dr. Marie Rice, kindergarten teacher, Wilson Academy, Rochester City School District
Adapting successful teaching practices to a remote setting
Michaela Marino, math teacher, East Lower School, Rochester City School District
Teaching remotely does not mean you have to totally change your successful classroom routines – there are ways to adapt practices that worked before to an online environment!
Here are three examples of how I was able to do so successfully:
Leveraging Pear Deck to increase student engagement in online lessons
Mark Foster, math teacher, East Upper School, Rochester City School District
How can we better engage students in synchronous online lessons? This has been the biggest struggle as my district decided to go fully online during the pandemic. I found Pear Deck a very powerful tool to foster students’ interactions during my math lesson.
Here are my reflections and lessons learned from using Pear Deck in my math synch lessons.
Supporting the planning of remote lessons
Lisa Zeller, , Rochester City School District
As a science coach, I have tried to support other science teachers in designing remote lessons that meet the Next Generation Science Standards.
In this 5-minute vlog I report on a specific experience involving a remote science curriculum planning day I held with two teachers, and the lessons I learned from it.