Rapid Responses

RAPID RESPONSES                           Whenever Necessary


Creating and Curating for Rapid Responses

We have a template if you would like to do a collaboration across organizations.
Here's examples for rapid response modules for creating and curating.

In the United States, Net Neutrality has repealed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on June 11, 2018. The only action left is for the U.S. Congress to use the Congressional Review Act (CRA)

Net Neutrality: Discussion of Operation #OneMoreVote

Rapid Response Hangout

Hangout Link https://youtu.be/_L8wVC2xTTo

Google Slides http://bit.ly/netneutrality27

Net Neutrality Vote 

We recorded a Rapid Response Hangout prior to the vote on Net Neutrality Regulation

Recording http://bit.ly/netneutralitydec1

Slides http://bit.ly/netneutralityslides

Designing Rapid Responses for Turbulent Time - EdChange Global Slides

Games and Social Issues: Multiculturalism, Immigration and Refugees

Hangout Recording https://youtu.be/ssdmV5TYuHw
Designing for the affective domain and raising students' awareness of multiculturalism.
Link to resources document http://bit.ly/3febmc

Hashtags to follow are #No MuslimBan #NoBanNoWall

Teaching ESL: Info and Tech Literacy for Your Students - DACA Focus

Fancy Bear Kahoot

Using Game Prompts to Discuss Fake News and Alt Facts
Hangout Recording https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFPFcr44d4khttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFPFcr44d4k

Discussion using games as prompts for classroom discussion of fake news and alt facts. We will be approaching this from an information and technology literacy lens.

Information and Technology Literacy in the Age of Fancy Bear

Hangout Recording https://youtu.be/HSRFlYtPWpM

Looking at Hacking and Information Literacy

Subpages (1): Net Neutrality Vote