- 1. How will you organize your content and materials in a way that is easy for students to access and follow?
- 2. How will you hold students accountable for actually watching and engaging with the video content?
- 3. How will you structure in processing time for your students to make sense of the material and internalize it?
- 4. How will you gather feedback from your students before they come to class, so you can effectively structure class time to meet their needs?
- 5. How will you facilitate discussion, collaboration, and higher-order thinking among students during class time?
(2) A general question about the concept and something that was said or explained
or (most of the time)
(3) A question that could be asked and expected to be answered after watching the video. This may be a question you think your classmates might have, or just a good question you think I (the teacher) would ask and expect you to know.
I've streamlined this to be "Ask a Question that is either a Confusion, Clarification, Discussion, or Example".
(1) I want my students comfortable asking and answering questions of each other, especially when they are confused.
(2) I just want my students asking questions, period! That is where discussion and deeper thought come from!