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Youki Terada 7h
Classroom management strategies often backfire -- especially for newer teachers that haven't figured out "the look" or how to redirect student energy. Here are 7 common classroom management mistakes (plus tips to fix them). My latest on .
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edutopia 8h
Using the pandemic in an academic lesson requires careful planning. This framework from can help assess whether it is a good fit for your class.
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edutopia 10h
Do you take part in or other online conversations about education? Social media can help educators from all across the world stay connected—especially during this unusual time apart.
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edutopia 14h
“Teachers can be the partners that families need by providing them information and tools to assess student progress.” These strategies can help.
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edutopia 16h
Check out this framework for using an equity lens with both quantitative and qualitative data. 📈📊
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edutopia Aug 6
Here are *3 strategies*—informed by the learning sciences—to help students engage more deeply with your lessons.
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edutopia Aug 6
A focus on student well-being, engagement, and feedback will be invaluable, no matter what school looks like next year. These resources can help.
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Tom Berger Aug 6
High school science teachers: How will you do labs in distance learning, or foster similar kinds of learning opportunities? would like to share your expertise. Please reply here or DM me
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edutopia Aug 6
Replying to @giveAlms2dpoor
Here's another version, in case it works better for you as a printout.
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edutopia Aug 6
Replying to @giveAlms2dpoor
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edutopia Aug 6
Watch magic happen—with a few simple materials, your students' work can be brought to full animated life.
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edutopia Aug 6
Check out these ways to make lessons more navigable, readable, and engaging. One tip: Making the day and date the title for all your online lessons can help students who might fall behind get back on track.
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edutopia Aug 6
At the start of this new school year, hear a principal discuss the importance of being a *visible* school leader. 🌱
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edutopia Aug 6
Replying to @SarkarBegum
Very true! What are some of your favorites?
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edutopia Aug 5
Help prep children to be future scientists by adding a bit of history to STEM.
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edutopia Aug 5
“Sometimes, knowing the science behind mindfulness can be just as important for a new practitioner as knowing what meditation is or how to do it.” Here’s how to set the groundwork for—and incorporate—mindfulness during distance learning.
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Youki Terada Aug 5
Do students look confused because they don't understand the lesson, or because they're having tech issues? If you're finding it harder to "read the room" in a virtual classroom, you're not alone. My latest article on .
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edutopia Aug 5
When it comes to professional development, a vice principal suggests letting *staff* decide exactly what they need to learn and provide PD around that.
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edutopia Aug 5
There are lots of simple science experiments students can do from home with things they already have on hand! ✨
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edutopia Aug 5
"It's about getting us ready for what's after high school." Students at this school experience career connections in every class, working with real-world clients through authentic activities.
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