How can you seamlessly integrate Vivi into your daily lesson plans and ensure that it appropriately supports the lesson objectives, curriculum, unit and cross-curriculum priorities, such as Digital Learning?
Here is an example taken from the Humanities discipline area, specifically from the History curriculum, where students are focusing on the cultural practices of the Inca Civilization.
A teacher in a Vivi-enabled classroom can easily use the Direct Video Play feature to provide students with an experiential peek into life in this era and encourage students to be active participants in their learning by identifying and capturing key cultural practices. The lesson culminates in students giving mini-presentations, enabling them to build their confidence and promotes peer learning and feedback.
During the pandemic, as schools rushed to accommodate virtual and hybrid learning, Jean-Claude Brizard, CEO of Digital Promise, said the need for cross-collaboration between districts, educators, teachers, and families became paramount, especially as students became accustomed to taking their 1:1 devices home.
Teachers and students benefit when teachers are not tied to the front of the classroom. In this article, we share how putting a Vivi in every classroom and providing teachers with a “desk on wheels” gave Monroe County School District teachers the flexibility to teach from anywhere.