Educators and Students are rapidly adjusting their learning styles and behaviors in a remote learning environment. The are many challenges from learning how to best use Zoom, Google, or MS Teams video conference, curating digital content on a learning management system, ensuring students are engaged with the lessons and activities, and most important that their is a measure of accountability that students are truly learning.
Yet as educators focused on CTE and STEM, we recognize that designing hands-on project-based learning activities is challenging in a remote environment. Most of the resources, learning units, and modules are located in a lab setting where students now do not have access with the stay at home order.
We would love to hear and learn how educators are meeting these challenges and hope that you respond to this post and share your success and stories so all educators in the virtual conference may benefit.