Friday, December 28, 2012

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5 great ways to use Teaching Channel

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1. Watch Tch Videos 

2. Schedule Lesson Ideas for the Future 

3. Share Time-Stamped Video Notes with Peers 

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Here is a sample of newsletter topics.

December 2012

  1. 12/22/2012 Catching Up on the Core
  2. 12/15/2012 It's Never Too Late to Restart
  3. 12/08/2012 It's All About The Students
  4. 12/01/2012 Student Engagement Around the Holidays

 

This is the most recent video  I received on my Facebook page. It's a brief video. There are thousands of videos on any topic you can image--clear, concise, encouraging. The Teaching Channel is superior. 

So here it is.

1. Go With the Flow: Plan and Adjust
All Grades, All Subjects, Planning 
There is this lesson plan with it.
 Lesson ObjectiveAdjust plans to meet the needs of the class

Length

2 min

Questions to Consider

  • Why are planning and flexibility both important?
  • What does Ms. Wessling mean when she calls this process "mucky"?
  • How can you identify the right times to "go with the flow" in your classroom 

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