What do you do if you don’t have a planning period? How do you help students master a skill after they’ve failed a test? How do you correct students when they’re wrong? Any advice for a first time long-term sub? We explore these questions into today’s Q&A show.
In this Q&A show, we discuss:
- How do you support students & help them master content after they’ve scored low on a test?
- How do you find time to prep, grade, plan without using all of your free time outside of school if you don’t have a prep period?
- How do you correct students & stimulate competition in a robotics classroom?
- Any suggestions for a successful long-term subbing experience in 6th grade math?
- 10 Grading Time Hacks podcast episode
- Tips For New Teachers : Stop Working! video
- #mtbos Twitter community [math resources]
- YouCubed Teacher Community on Facebook [math resources]
QUESTIONS FOR NEXT TIME
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