there are several types of polls you can offer. Several are multiplechoice, multiple answer, and short answer. You can use this to capture information, butcan be used for an ice-breaker. Poll questions can be used to test knowledge, or as aprompt in preparation of a chunk of learning.
learners will view me sharing my screen as I take a brief tour of 4-H.organd the resources we have
learners will be given a task sheet and will be sent on a virtual scavengerhunt into the sites I show them. They will harvest information and bring them back andshare themWhile exploring the importance of 4-H Science, learners will be directed to go to the
4-HOnline Learning Center
and asked to complete the learning module on
The Importanceof 4-H Science
. The learners will be given the link to the OLC, directed to go to thecourse catalog, find the module and complete. I have timed it and this task will takeapproximately 10-12 minutes. This covers the content AND it address one of theidentified outcomes of the sessionIn session 2, learners will complete the
4-H Science Self-Assessment
on the OLC. Thiswill focus them on the essential elements that we will cover and set the table for a latersession during the academy
Ready, Set, Go
3, 2, 1, blastoff
is a technique that I tried for the first time today andit was quite successful. I framed the activity with a trial question, tell the participantsthat you will ask a question, they are to type the response into the text box but do notpress enter until you say Ready, Set, Go (or other)
Seek and Solve
At the beginning of your session post a two column slide. One columnput SEEK at the top and the other SOLVE. At the beginning ask participants to share onething they want to LEARN during this session, then follow up at the end with SOLVE byasking if they solve their seek with the caveat being that if they didn
t find an answershare one thing you did learn.
Utilize YouTube, Vimeo, TEDTalks or other
to reinforce your content. Viewing avideo changes things up. Don
t limit yourself to just these sources, here is a list of 100 +sites you can access.
Lights, Camera, Action
- Video variation
you can have participant view a video andhave them respond to your prompts. They can identify an element from the video, or if you want to use a virtual role play, use a video and pause it at a set point and haveaudience members or small groups discuss next steps.
interject a jeopardy slide
you can have learners respond en mass
Meeting of the Minds
ask the group to post one thing they already know about thistopic. Give the group time to review the text chat