Connecting with Students in the Virtual Biology Classroom – Podcast Episode 209 | Classnotes Podcast 209
Classnotes Podcast (April 6, 2021). At the core of IDRA’s philosophy is the recognition that each student is a unique and whole human being and should be treated as such. Our guest for this episode is Annabel Saenz Cruz who teaches ninth-grade biology at Palmview High School in La Joya ISD.
She joins Classnotes to discuss the most valuable tool in keeping students engaged in participation and learning: establishing personal connection with them as unique human beings. She also discusses practical strategies in teaching difficult concepts through virtual learning, especially with English learners, as well as the necessity of technological literacy. Annabel was interviewed by Aurelio Montemayor, M.Ed., Family Engagement Coordinator.
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Show length: 28:33 min.
Science Comes Alive By Generating Interest and Promoting Inquiry-Based Learning, IDRA Learning Goes On
Teaching Science in Virtual Learning Environments, IDRA Webinar
Student Perspectives on a Changing School Climate, IDRA webinar
Equitable Practices for Teaching Online, IDRA webinar
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