How to teach remotely on prodigy without video calls

How to teach remotely on prodigy without video calls

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Posted on Sat, Jun 13 2020

Communicate and engage with students

  • Use the classroom assessment feature to set and schedule assignment, classwork, project, quiz etc. you can set the response type as multiple-choice questions (this would be automatically marked) or default for direct submission.
  • Use the classroom discussion to collaborate and support communication with students. You can also make discussion private or public. Make sure to set the rules of engagement.

Make notes and learning resources available

  • Upload notes, presentations, videos, audios and other materials that would facilitate learning to the classroom resources section.
  • You can also upload lesson notes to the curriculum section under each scheme of work (course outline) for a more organized and structured learning.

Make recorded lessons available

  • Use the lesson section under virtual class to make recorded lessons available to students.  You can also reference resources and assessments under the created lesson.
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