‘Daily Thought’ Videos

Classroom Management


Day 1: Welcoming Students With A Smile
Day 5: Stillness During Independent Work Time
Day 9: Transition Tips
Day 13: How To Keep Middle School Kids Quiet
Day 17: Apps For Behavior Management
Day 2: Greeting Students Everyday
Day 6: Transitions
Day 10: Establishing Your Expectations
Day 14: How To Keep High School Kids Quiet
Day 18: Simple Solutions For Behavior Management
Day 3: Start Your Class At Walk-In
Day 7: Are Your Transitions Taking Too Long?
Day 11: Teaching Discipline
Day 15: Mapping To Help Manage Disruptive Behavior
Day 19: Classroom Rules
Day 4: What Are Some Great Walk In Exercises?
Day 8: Transitions With Music And Cues
Day 12: How To Keep Pre-K To 5th Graders Students Quiet
Day 16: Why Is Mapping Helpful?

Instructional Strategies


Day 1: Always Start With A Clear Syllabus
Day 5: Explicit Instructions For Key Concepts
Day 9: Collaborative Practice
Day 13: Always Check For Student Understanding Before…
Day 17: Differentiate Instruction
Day 2: The Importance Of Reviewing
Day 6: Present Material In Small Steps
Day 10: Independent Practice
Day 14: Use Exit Slps To Check For Mastery
Day 18: Feedback Is Really Important!
Day 3: Always Have a Clear Objective For The Class
Day 7: Scaffolding Student Learning
Day 11: Allow Time For Student Discussion
Day 15: Ask Good Questions
Day 19: Meaningful Struggle Is A Good Thing
Day 4: Provide Models For Students To Visualize Success
Day 8: Dtudents Should Actively Practice With New Material
Day 12: Active Teaching Guides Student Practice
Day 16: Use Homework Wisely
Day 20: Develop Weekly And Monthly Reviews Of Work

Virtual Teaching


Day 1: Why Assessment Is So Important
Day 5: Types Of Assessment II
Day 9: Interviews
Day 13: Essays
Day 17: Portfolios
Day 2: What Is Backward Design
Day 6: Authentic Assessment
Day 10: Oral Presentations
Day 14: Journals
Day 18: Digital Exit Tickets
Day 3: How To Backward Design
Day 7: The Importance Of Important Questions
Day 11: Digital Presentations
Day 15: Graded Notes
Day 19: Why Use Rubrics
Day 4: Types Of Assessment I
Day 8: Quizzes
Day 12: Poster Presentations
Day 16: Group Assessment
Day 20: How To Develop Rubrics

Virtual Teaching


Day 1: Virtual Teaching Is Not Easy!
Day 5: Increased Preparation
Day 9: Communicate, Communicate, Communicate
Day 13: Keep It Simple
Day 17: Be Yourself
Day 2: Students And Parents Are Anxious Too!
Day 6: Know The Technologies
Day 10: Be Present In Class
Day 14: To-Do Lists Are Your Friend!
Day 18: You Don’t Have To Be Perfect
Day 3: Put Yourself In Their Shoes
Day 7: Learn Your LMS
Day 11: Give Good Directions
Day 15: Completing Work Onlines Can Be A Challenge
Day 19: Practice Active Learning
Day 4: The Importance Of Time Management
Day 8: Make It Visually Appealing
Day 12: Give Good Examples
Day 16: Prepare To Live Teach
Day 20: Reflection And Adjustment Are Crucial

Fifth Month

Day 1: Look After Yourself
Day 5: Diversify Your Instructions
Day 9: Grades Are Important To Students
Day 13: Make Your Online Classroom Inclusive
Day 17: Fatigue Cane Be A Factor
Day 2: Explain Your Purpose
Day 6: Teach Online Research
Day 10: Make Sure You Give Good Feedback
Day 14: Remember The Visual Learners
Day 18: Keep Them Honest!
Day 3: Break Up Your Synchronous Teaching
Day 7: Plagiarism Can Be An Issue
Day 11: Start Strong
Day 15: Use The Resources On The Web
Day 19: Don’t Forget Group Work
Day 4: Embrace Student Questions
Day 8: Not All Students Have The Same Access To Technology
Day 12: It’s All In The Direction
Day 16: Chunk It Up
Day 20: 10 Best Practices For Teaching Online

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