Multi-Modial Learning

Multi-Modial Learning

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  • Good morning, Mrs. Smith. What has your writing class been up to?
  • Sounds interesting. What's that? 
  • We've been working with multimodal platforms and strategies with reading and writing. 
  • In reading, we call it "playing books". The students read books in different formats. They can be digital, paper, or live. 
  • So what do those look like? 
  • Students have the chance to read on our smartboard, iPads, or on their computers. We also do a lot of choral readings. 
  • Well, what about writing? 
  • Based on students' readings, students can choose writing options from think-tac-toes, blogs, choice boards, podcasts, and RAFTS to show their understandings. 
  • Oh, awesome! I've heard a lot of teachers are incorporating videos games into their classrooms. Are you doing this? 
  • Yes! We've been utilizing the Imagine Learning app, Kahoots, LifeLine, and GoNoodle. These games all involve interactive reading, and the students really seem to enjoy them. 
  • That sounds fun. Have you been able to incorporate writing into that? 
  • Yes, absolutely! 
  • Yes! The students have a lot of the options like the playing books. This gives them the opportunity to get comfortable with the writing process while also showing their understanding. 
  • It sounds like a lot of fun learning is happening in your class! Would you be willing to talk with your colleagues about mutli-modial learning? 
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