As more teachers are using hyperdocs for remote and blended learning, it is helpful to consider how to design a hyperdoc so that it will meet the Triple E's! Watch the video below to see how Dr. Liz Kolb designs her hyperdocs to meet the three E's.
YES! You Can and Should Still Use the Triple E Framework for Remote Learning Lesson Planning. (Middle School Example)
Many educators have asked if and how they can use the Triple E Framework to evaluate a remote or virtual lesson with students. In this video below, Liz shares how a remote lesson for a Middle School art class can be evaluated with the Triple E Framework.
YES! You Can and Should Still Use the Triple E Framework for Remote Learning Lesson Planning (Elementary Example)
In this remote learning asynchronous 2nd grade lesson, Liz shares how to use the Triple E Framework to evaluate the lesson.
University of Michigan, School of Education Offers Course on Advanced Education Technology Focusing on Triple E Framework
Beginning in January 2020, the University of Michigan, School of Education is offering a synchronous online course (you do not have to be a UM student to take it) for any K-12 inservice teacher, coach or administrator to deeply engage in the Triple E Framework and national standards for technology in teaching. Successful participants will earn a certificate in advanced education technology. Course is co-taught by Dr. Liz Kolb. Learn more: http://soe.umich.edu/aetp-certification//
I am excited to announce (after two years of development with the UofM School of Engineering), the TripleEPLN.org is up and running. This is an open source platform that allows educators to share their lessons with technology, score them on the Triple E Framework, provide details on each E, and browse other lessons with technology that have been scored on the Triple E Framework. It if free to create a login and use. My hope is that this will be a space for educators to share and network about their lessons with technology and learn from others. If you run into any glitches, please email tripleEplnfirstname.lastname@example.org.
In this teaching case, a 5th grade ELA teacher is using some basic technology (PowerPoint and Laptop) in an incredibly effective way. The teacher has a learning goal of helping students better understand how to visualize when reading. To do so, she took an article and removed the images, put the images in a PowerPoint, and added a few other maps that were mentioned in the story. She pulled up the PowerPoint at key moments as the students and teacher discussed what the thought the imagery would look like. It's a very simple use of tech, but incredibly effective.
Triple E Scoring
Key Instructional Strategies Used: Discussion in small team, guided instruction with the PowerPoint, predicting, questioning.
11/18: A Strong Connection between the learning goals and PPT used.
Liz Kolb is a clinical associate professor of education technologies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. She works with over 150 preservice teachers every year on integrating technology into K-12 teaching.
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