How do you handle the noise level in your classroom and get your students attention without screaming? What do you do about students who just refuse to study for tests? How do you create a self-sustaining classroom? We answer these and more in this first Q&A show!
Had the pleasure of being on Vicki Davis’ 10 Minute Teacher Podcast’ this week! I shared the 5 different ways I greet students depending on the day of the week!
Working with students on creative projects is challenging. What exactly is creativity and how do you teach it? What role does structure and deadlines play in the creative process? How do we guide students in collaborating together on creative work? What’s the importance of self-assessment and peer assessments? How subjective or objective should our assessment as teachers be?
In today’s video, we look at 4 things that every math teacher should stop saying, as well as what to say instead. 1. Does anyone
Every year I do a project called Dear World, inspired by a photography project by Robert Fogarty of the same name.
Students write their message or story to the world on their body and I take a video of it.
A common narrative around social media in classrooms is ‘how can we get the kids off their phones and off social media during class?’ Today, I speak with two educators that are weaving social media directly into their classroom curriculum instead.