Sonoma teacher report: Online education and the human experience

Sonoma Index Tribune logoKahoot! quizzes help teachers keep virtual lessons engaging.

This spring, Sonoma Valley High School took technology to the limit and went completely online for the very first time.

New teachers, who were already experimenting and developing their styles, find themselves experimenting within an experiment. Scott Steinberg in the social studies department teaches World Geography and Cultures.

“(At first) I started putting together agendas and a warmup, and it started to resemble a regular but engaging classroom experience,” Steinberg says. “We were doing Kahoots, virtual Four Corners, mini-debates like ‘What’s better: the fork or the spoon?’ And students totally wanted to be there.”

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