How to help students remember expectations during virtual events

Shannon McClintock Miller, innovation director for Iowa’s Van Meter Community School District and a featured speaker for FETC®, provides lists to share with young learners using digital platforms for end-of-year events and day-to-day connections
By: | May 15, 2020
Shannon McClintock Miller is the innovation director of instructional technology and library media at Van Meter Community School in Iowa.

Shannon McClintock Miller is the innovation director of instructional technology and library media at Van Meter Community School in Iowa.

Shannon McClintock Miller is the innovation director of instructional technology and library media at Van Meter Community School District in Iowa. She is also the Future Ready Librarians spokesperson, working with librarians, educators and students around the world as an international speaker, consultant and author. McClintock Miller is a featured speaker for FETC.

As educators get ready for virtual field trips, author connections, and class Zoom and Google Meet celebrations to end the school year, McClintock Miller has created posters of lists to share that will help students remember expectations.

“We want to be positive and empower our digital citizens to feel like they can do a lot of great things in their Zoom and Google Meet classrooms for these special events and day-to-day connections,” says McClintock Miller. “This is the way we are teaching and learning right now, so we need to remember positive words, conversations and mindsets go a long way with our students.” Click here to read more.


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