One of the reasons we love the use of the document camera for remote teaching and learning is that it can make teaching feel both personal and interactive, two elements of face-to-face learning that we know many of you miss. We also know that our teaching is most effective when we use tools (e.g. anchor charts, mentor texts, samples of student writing, manipulatives or a white board) and techniques (demonstration, scaffolded practice) that help make our teaching stick.
1. Let them see you!
2. Build Anchor Charts as you Teach:
3. Using Mentor Texts:
4. Looking at Student Writing:
5. Using Manipulatives or Writing on a Virtual White Board: