Like most new things I'm discovering on my learning journey, I try, when possible to make it something my young learners can do too. To no surprise back channeling is one of those things.
Often when we watch a live webinar, or a video I encourage my students to take notes of the important information being shared. My grade one students have back channeled in three different ways. Let me explain how.
Using a White Board to Back Channel
After the webinar my students and I reviewed what we felt were the important details of the webinar. Many of my students also blogged about what they learned on their individual blogs. It was successful back channelling at the most basic level. In fact a week later we shared what we learned with Mrs. Cassidy's class and my students had remembered many interesting and important facts.
*Note it has recently come to my attention that you must be 13 years old to use Today's Meet. Obviously my students are not 13 so as fantastic as this is as a site for back channeling my students will no longer be using it.