Genius Hour Virtual Summit - Don Wettrick - Shared screen with speaker view
Holley Nasky from Irving ISD
Mary Jade Maglalang
Jaimarie Northern Colorado
Newport News, Va
St. Louis, MO
Are you sharing your slides?
i agree with the no genre as mst people have very differnet ideas
Rachelle Dene Poth
As a student myself i belive that genius hour is more of a free range show what you know activity. For my genius hour i am building a geography app. Who can i talk to help me bring it over the top?
What is osme good buisness ideas for talking to entrepaneurs.
I can actually think of a way to make things like napping and watching your favorite football team into a passion project where they could learn 21st century skills.
Make sure you share your learning on Twitter using #GHVS2020 and #geniushour
J. McTighe would love all this talk about backwards design ❤️
“We do not learn from experience... we learn from reflecting on experience.” Dewey
I've had a few different learners do projects on sleep!!!!
Do you have a book or teaching resources with lesson plans?
The brain, stages of sleep, dreaming, etc
That is correct
I don't see the link you just shared.
Can you provide the standards used for the young man who developed the podcast based on the critical event that effected his life.
Mary Jade Maglalang
Please send the video . I want to watch it again because the signal maybe, cut off the voice
Start with your why
Preparing our students for future careers. Our job is not to prepare students for something. It's our job to help students prepare themselves for anything! AJ Juliani
How do you encourage rigor. My kids choose creations that are more crafty than I would like. The kids come during their lunch, so I don’t want to “scare” them away by forcing it to be too hard.
We will need to wrap up in the next 2 minutes.
This seems to fit really well with the book How to be a High School Superstar to help students stand out with their passions when applying to college
Can you print your email?
Thank you so much!