Consider Michael’s initial question, “What do I want students to do?” The core challenge is often building in the guided practice and application of knowledge. So from there, we can expand:
Once you have that question identified, you can begin to connect with tools, resources, and routines your students can use to achieve the goal/objective. This isn’t a new way of thinking for most of us, but something that has become so automatic for us in the classroom. How does your approach to virtual teaching shift with a focus on what students are doing?