Blended Learning Data Share: Data Share Computer certificate 2.pdf

 
 
 
Computer certificate 2.pdf
Student Handout
 
 
Given to the top performers each BL data chat and personalized with "top 5" or "bounce back performer" certificates. These certificates and the picture I take are given to the students during our blended learning data chats. My students can also take them home to share with their families.
  • Data Share Computer certificate 2.pdf
Student Handout
 
 
Given to the top performers each BL data chat and personalized with "top 5" or "bounce back performer" certificates. These certificates and the picture I take are given to the students during our blended learning data chats. My students can also take them home to share with their families.
 
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Blended Learning Data Share

This (bi-weekly/tri-weekly) strategy is used to incentivize, motivate, and support my students in truly taking ownership for their own learning. During each Blended Learning Data Chat, I recognize students who are consistently performing at the highest levels (Top-5) per program with a certificate and a small prize of their choice like a book, poster, or eraser. I then have the highest performing students come up so we can take a group selfie (with a selfie stick, of course), and then print each student a copy of the picture. The last part of the Blended Learning Data Chat is the recognition and celebration of our top performers who receive a certificate and take a picture to take home. They also receive a poster, eraser, book, or small prize of their choice for their effort and consistency. 

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Students In Action
 
 
This is a sample selfie picture with top I-ready performers and a major certificate for a bounce back performance for a student who was struggling the month prior and really turned around his overall attitude and performance. It's very important to for a student's self efficacy to be recognized for bouncing back and improving their progress.
Student Handout
 
 
Given to the top performers each BL data chat and personalized with "top 5" or "bounce back performer" certificates. These certificates and the picture I take are given to the students during our blended learning data chats. My students can also take them home to share with their families.
Students In Action
 
 
This is a sample selfie picture with top I-ready performers and a major certificate for a bounce back performance for a student who was struggling the month prior and really turned around his overall attitude and performance. It's very important to for a student's self efficacy to be recognized for bouncing back and improving their progress.
Student Handout
 
 
Given to the top performers each BL data chat and personalized with "top 5" or "bounce back performer" certificates. These certificates and the picture I take are given to the students during our blended learning data chats. My students can also take them home to share with their families.
Freddy Esparza
Aspire Titan Academy
Los Angeles, CA


 

About this strategy

Prep Time:
Long
Subject:
Math
Grade:
Third grade
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