Computer Support Hand Signals

Independent Student Learning

Computer support hand signals are a way for students to nonverbally communicate a need while on the computers. It may be that they have tech issues or perhaps they need help with a lesson. Students hold two fingers up in the air and they wait for either the computer captain, which is a student role, the teacher, or the blended learning coordinator to offer assistance.

Resources

Computer Support Hand Signals
ComputerStrategies_Montero.pdf

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