Shoe Composition

I have to give Brian Wall credit for introducing me to a lot of my lessons.  He was my colleague when I worked at Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, California.  I am really blessed to have had such a great mentor for the 10 years that I worked with him.  I truly cherish that time and value the collaborating we were able to do.  This lesson has been tweaked over the years, but for the most part was passed on to me from him.

I made and have used the demonstration videos in class for a few years.  This will be the first year that I am incorporating the videos into a HyperDoc slideshow.  When I first made the videos I really didn’t know what to expect.  They have improved my teaching and made the day more enjoyable.  I am not repeating myself a million times and I am able to walk around and give one-on-one demonstrations as needed.

The last slide is a work in progress.  The purpose of the final slide is for self critique and instructions for their digital portfolio.   I am working on a website tutorial along with some standard forms for their personal websites.  May goal is to have this available when school gets rolling in August.  Stay tuned I’ll be posting that next.

Web-published post link to HyperDoc lesson: Shoe Composition

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Cheralynn Johnston

Having the ability to flip the room so my students are leading their own learning has given me more freedom to help students one on one. I started off by making video demonstrations and since have been wrapping my lessons up in a HyperDoc. I wouldn't say my room has been completely flipped, but it is definitely blended learning. I love teaching and I am thrilled that I can share my lessons with you.

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