Teaching History Online
Thank you to all who were able to join us for our second Teaching History Online Collaborative. We are sorry if you were unable to join, but we hope to see you at the next one!
Below are some questions to help us craft the remainder of the sessions. We intend to be responsive to the group needs and have a variety to topics, formats, and presentations. Based on your feedback, we will send out an email soon with the next date.
My grade level:
Lower Elementary (TK-3)
Upper Elementary (4-6)
My primary reason for attending:
To learn and get more information
To share resources
To collaborate with others
I am interested in:
Attending live "basics" sessions on a specific technology (padlet, pear deck, screencastify, etc)
Digging deeper with crafting historical investigations for online learning
Creating online assessments and rubrics for skills and historical thinking
Organizing yourself and your online assignments
One thing I am taking away from the session is:
Something I am still wondering about:
My preferred length for sessions:
My ideal time of day for meetings is:
Early Afternoons (12-3pm)
Late Afternoons (3-5pm)
I would like to continue these during the school year:
Final thoughts, recommendations, or comments?
Thank you for your responses, we will send out the next date soon! Should you have any questions before then, please feel free to email us at
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