A List Of 50+ Teaching Strategies To Jumpstart Your Teacher Brain
Teaching strategies are among the most important ingredients for highly-effective learning environments.
In addition to literacy strategies, approaches to assessment, and grouping strategies (among many others), knowing the right teaching strategy for the right academic situation may not be a matter of expertise or training, but memory: out of sight, out of mind, yes?
Presenting in an online conference empowers both the presenter and the audience. A very close bond develops very quickly between the presenter and the audience. Only presenters and attendees of a live online synchronous class know what I’m referring to. The magic is there and it cannot be replicated in a recording.
A few weeks ago, I went to my doctor (don’t worry, I’m all good!). In order to make an appointment with him, I had to go to a booking site, find a time slot that was open, book it and that was it! Over the next few days, the website stuck in my head; so …
12 Books About Learning Every Teacher Should Read. While digital content is handy and accessible, many of the issues we face as educators are deeper than any single post–or series of posts–can adequately address. While RSS skimming and short eBooks are beginning to find favor with busy teachers–and for good reason–pairing that kind of persistent content with longer-duration reads is never a bad idea. Where will you find the time? That’s another post.
Teaching is indeed a very rewarding profession. After your parents, your teacher is the one who influences your life to a great extent. Today, the Internet provides a plethora of resources for aspiring teachers who are interested in developing new ideas, increasing their knowledge and improving their skills.
Here is a list of some popular blogs that are usually maintained by teachers who regularly post important and edifying content related to education and teaching:
The Real Problem With Multiple-Choice Questions. While it has been derided by educators for decades as incapable of truly measuring understanding, and while performance on such exams can be noticeably improved simply by learning a few tricks, the multiple choice question may have a larger, less obvious flaw that disrupts the tone of learning itself. This is a tone that is becoming increasingly important in the 21st century as access to information increases, as the updating of information happens more naturally, and as blended and mobile learning environments become more common.
In the midst of the summer while enjoying time off, we cannot help but think about the coming school year. We all know that this season is a power charger for every teacher, a battery refill which hopefully will last the entire year.
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