How do tasks fit into the grade book? How do we reconcile outside, linguistic, and classroom purpose?
Don't forget to share your tasks with us so we can provide feedback and join us next week for our live webinar!
Some ideas about design itself to help make your tasks clearer and easier to run! A link to the Google Slide presentation itself is below the video!
Don't forget as you submit tasks to us, we can give you feedback on the tasks themselves as well as clarity of the design.
There were some glitches during our first live webinar--after four trials beforehand too. However, while we iron those out, we did enjoy a chance to talk to you, answer your questions, and get to know you a little more!
In case you missed it, or if you want to review the discussion, you can find it below, as well as the Google Slide we used during the discussion.
We literally recorded bell to bell to bell to bell!
Today we walked through the steps of building a task, and how we build our tasks ourselves.
Below you will find the video itself, a link to the Google Slide, and a link to the task I created. I left the task notes at the top of the task (I usually delete them once I'm done) so you can see them and compare them to the final product.
Finally, below, there is a form for you to send us a link to your task as you work on it. You can also send us questions there or in the comments below! Create your task as a Google Document and share it with commenting permissions so we can give you feedback and answer any questions you might have.
Oh wow! That went fast! We pushed it right to the limit on this one! Don't worry, we'll open the floor during our LIVE WEBINAR next week for questions :)
In today's webinar, we discuss the basics of what a task looks like (and doesn't) and what role purpose and communication have in them.
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The floor is open! Leave your comments here and Rachel and I will be ready to respond LIVE between today 17 January 2017 and the end of our webinar series. Look below for some discussion starters.