How to Get Your Kids to Treat You Like Their Teacher. My daughter’s preschool teacher once told me that she’s the ideal student: she listens, she’s polite and she’s friendly to everyone.
Fabulous. At home, when I’m her teacher, I’m struggling with all of the above. Not to mention her school stomach, which has become like that of “The Very Hungry Caterpillar.” I spoke with teachers and other experts to learn how to get my kids to treat me like their teacher. A person or location often gets paired with a specific behavior. “A child may know to be quiet in the library but be loud on the playground,” said Jessica Leichtweisz, a behavior analyst and certified child development specialist in Hackensack, N.J. In order for a child to listen to their parents teach, the parents must establish home as the new place to do schoolwork.
Designate one area for schoolwork, and if possible, the area should not be the same place where the child typically plays. The schedule you make can fit around your work responsibilities, Dr. How to Structure a Virtual Classroom. Making the Transition to Online Learning. The 5E Model If you're teaching online for the first time, use a time-tested model like the 5E for designing lessons.
You'll save yourself time creating successful and engaging lessons, making sure you address the key elements of curriculum design. The 5E model, developed by Rodger Bybee, is a widely accepted instructional model used in the sciences and STEM/ STEAM curriculum design. 3 Ways to Turn Your Classroom Remote in a Hurry. Video conferencing: Google Hangouts Meet.
Communicate with students, get as close as you can to feeling like you’re face-to-face! Here's a tutorial that shows you how to use Meet and other tools to best suit your instructional needs. Screencasting: Screencast-O-Matic. Walk your students through how to navigate new tools by creating a video of your own screen. Course builder: PBS LearningMedia Lesson Builder. This list from Common Sense Education shares 35 resources that allow teachers to create, curate and deliver content to students. 2. Set a schedule and stick to it. Keep families in the loop. I've Been Teaching Online for Years. He...ring a School Closure Education Week copy.
COVID-19. We have all been tracking the spread of COVID-19, and we’ve been speaking with our community of schools to learn about what impact this is having on them and their students, how they’re handling the disruption, and what they need moving forward.
What we’re finding is that there are a range of needs for both students and educators—some of whom are struggling and others who are thriving. We would like to help all our students have a positive learning journey until this ends. Over the past nine years, GOA has identified and trained educators in best practices for remote learning. There are a few key points that need to be understood. First, online learning is all about connecting with others and fostering the relationships we have with our students and colleagues. (From our Executive Director Michael Nachbar's letter to the GOA community) Tips for Selecting Online Learning Resources. Curated by: Erin Scholes and Todd BlochPlease check with your district’s policy and tech director before using any online learning resources!
Resources For Teaching and Learning During This Period of Social Distancing - MindShift. Leaders can best serve their schools and districts by prioritizing mental health over curricular efficiency.
The anxiety produced by the evolving crisis is compounded with teachers who may now have their own children to care for at home, ill family members, the stress of managing household resources to comply with social distancing measures, or they may fall ill themselves. This is the context in which some teachers are asked to quickly redeploy their classes. Ideally, they will be granted sufficient time to organize their lives and reconfigure their classes before resuming teaching. School Closures and Online Learning: Creating Community, Centering Students. Support for Teachers During the COVID-19 Outbreak. Flipped Learning Certification Level - I. Jon Bergmann Jon Bergmann is one of the pioneers of the Flipped Class model.
Jon has helped support the worldwide adoption of Flipped Learning by working with governments, schools, corporations, and education non-profits. Jon has coordinated or guided Flipped Learning initiatives around the globe including China, Taiwan, Korea, Australia, Singapore, Thailand, the Middle East, Iceland, Sweden, Norway, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Canada, India, South America, and the United States. Jon is the author of thirteen books including the bestselling book: Flip Your Classroom, which has been translated into 13 languages. He spent 24 years as a middle and high school science teacher before becoming the lead technology facilitator for a school district in the Chicago suburbs.
Darin Carr Darin Carr is the Leader of Pedagogy and Innovative Practice at St Columbas Catholic College, Sydney Australia. Peter Santoro Peter Santoro has been teaching High School Mathematics for 12 years. Dr.