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Tune Up Your Classroom Management Skills
Speaker: Rick Smith
You’ve made your best effort to create a good, orderly learning environment in the classroom but, frankly, things could be better. G you and your staff will learn new strategies and get a fresh perspective on helping students stay on track.
First Weeks of School: Best Practices for Teachers
Speaker: Mike Anderson
in the critical first weeks of school, teachers need a special set of practices to make a positive first impression and set the tone for the year ahead. Here’s how to get the new year off to a running start.
How to Talk Effectively with Students: Speak the Language That Makes Them Feel Supported and Engaged
Speaker: Jenny Edwards
The language we use every day, however brief our interactions with students, shapes our relationships with them and determines the impact we have on their learning.Listen Now
Bring Out the Best in Your Adolescents: Use Developmental Psychology to Unlock the Learning Potential of Grades 6-10 Students
Speaker: Karen Hume
Early adolescence is second only to the first two years of life for growth spurts and dynamic change in all areas of a child’s development. Just as parents of toddlers need to be ever aware of developmental psychology to parent effectively, so do educators need a solid understanding of adolescence to effectively support their students during this rich learning time.Listen Now
Teach Students How Their Brains Work: How Executive Function, Self-Regulation and Mindset Can Help Them Learn
Speaker: Kathleen Kryza
We are at an exciting time in education when we understand so much more about how the brain learns and what we can do to support students’ development.
Here’s how to share that information with students so that they can harness the powers of self-regulation, executive function and mindset.
Take Charge of Differentiated Instruction to Speed Up Student Learning
Speaker: Carol Tomlinson
Carol dispels common misconceptions about differentiation and flags common omissions in its practice. She shares key strategies to add to your repertoire!
Standards-Based Grading for Struggling and Exceptional Learners
Speaker: Lee Ann Jung
Grading expert Lee Ann Jung walks you through a process for assigning fair and accurate grades to the work of struggling learners. Lee Ann will discuss modifying standards and selecting appropriate outcome measures.Listen Now
30 Tips and Strategies for Managing Rude and Defiant Behavior
Speaker: Matt McNiff
How should you respond when a student mocks a peer or ridicules a classroom activity or loudly refuses to do stay on task? Matt gives you new tips and strategies for effectively dealing with these situations.Listen Now