An evidence based pedagogical plan for a Zoom tutorial

  1. Provide a pre-loaded/flipped worked problem – here’s why
  2. Begin with a quiz – here’s why
  3. Work through a problem analogous in difficulty to the pre-loaded problem – here’s why
  4. Present a new problem a little more difficult -– here’s why
  5. Have students break out into homogeneous ability rooms – here’s why
  6. Have students demonstrate their solutions – here’s why
  7. Provide feedback  – here’s why
  8. Set more practice tasks – here’s why

More rationale here

I’m Paul Moss. I’m a learning designer. Follow me @edmerger  

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