The presentation completely teaches the content area using Zoom or Screencast-o-matic.
No grammar or spelling errors. It is engaging, polished, and professional.
Student learning outcomes/objectives are clear for this entire lesson. All components, (Presentation/Instructional Video, Assignment/Activity, Rubric, & Test/Quiz) are aligned with your student learning.
EDpuzzle - includes at least 3 Quiz questions and 1 note. This activity connects students with the materials by activating their critical thinking. This can be anywhere in your lesson design. For example, it could come at the beginning as an anticipatory set or pretest, in the middle for content absorption, or at the end as the assessment.
The activity/assignment created in VoiceThread, Padlet, Flipgrid or other collaborative software is used.
The assignment is aligned with and relevant to the lecture content, engages student critical thinking, and includes group collaboration that is evaluated using an accompanying rubric.
Clear instructions are written explaining the activity/assignment using Google Docs, Google Slides, or Prezi.
Rubric - Aligned with the assignment and written with enough detail for students to distinguish between scores. Rubistar or iRubric is used.
Create a test using Google Forms that tests the knowledge about the lecture content. Quiz should include enough questions to address all the student learning outcomes. It should be well designed, organized, and engaging. All the questions should align with your student learning outcomes and activate critical thinking.
Create a Gradebook spreadsheet using Excel or Google Sheets. Templates can be used. Gradebook should include grades for 3 items: Check for Understanding video, Activity/Assignment and Test/Quiz.