The piano hyperlinks to this web site, the bulletin board hyperlinks to the Chrome Music Lab rhythm recreation, the cat hyperlinks to bongo.cat, the ti-ti and ta white board hyperlinks to this free recreation by Sillyomusic, and my Bitmoji hyperlinks to a Peardeck asking college students what their favourite music or exercise from music class is.
I’ve seen some superb digital lecture rooms shared in Fb teams lately…all the pieces from a digital classroom for “Carnival of the Animals,” wherein college students select an animal after which watch a video for that piece, to a winter digital classroom, with hyperlinks to a number of winter-themed performances. You could be as inventive as you need! Eager to know extra about creating your individual digital classroom? Try this video by Katie Wardrobe from Midnight Music, which incorporates details about Google Slides and digital lecture rooms, and this digital classroom template by Glitter Meets Glue.
Are you enthusiastic about all of those concepts, however nonetheless anxious about scholar participation with asynchronous classes? Try this weblog put up, about encouraging participation in asynchronous classes.
I hope that is useful to you, as you create your individual asynchronous classes. Joyful educating!