Tech Talk Roundtable 09-03 | Lessons from Lasso

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What do you get when you take an American football coach, send him to England, and put him in charge of a professional soccer team? (You know, the other futbol.) Well, you probably get one of the most talked about television shows of the last two years, but you’ll also get some remarkable lessons and insights about teaching, learning, and of course, relationships.  Today we welcome two amazing educators who will share “What Ted Lasso Teaches us About Learning”

Lessons Learned

Chris –  Microsoft PowerPoint App rehearsal feature – will watch your face, body language, rate of speech, volume, inflection, and provide feedback to improve your presentation.

Dennis – Using Teams with students, you need to be sure you make it “student safe”.  Plan your admin policies ahead of time to make sure students can do what you want, and not what you don’t.  https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/keeping-students-safe-while-using-teams-for-distance-learning-f00fa399-0473-4d31-ab72-644c137e11c8

Daniel – Online Learning Consortium – Quality Score Cards – A great way to evaluate your online courses.  Teacher, admin perspective https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/consult/olc-quality-scorecard-suite/

Fun Fact

According to History.com The word soccer comes from a slang abbreviation of the word association, which British players of the day adapted as “assoc,” “assoccer” and eventually soccer or soccer football.

Notes & Links

“What Ted Lasso Teaches us About Learning”

SPECIAL GUESTS:

Mike Lawrence – Education Leadership Executive at Jamf

Delaine Johnson – AP Computer Science Principles Teacher & Tech Integration Coach for Clovis Unified, California, USA

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