Asynchronous & Synchronous Introductions
For students to share multiple dimensions of themselves, synchronously or asynchronously.
First week of class introductions, and to help the teacher and students remember things about each other beyond the moment of introductions. Teachers and students can go back to this throughout the semester to remember some details about each other.
Below are three types of introductions you can use with students:
Collaborative introductions adaptations:
No specific tech requirements for the asynchronous options. For the collaborative introductions, any video conferencing tool could work.
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