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July 16, 2016
This Week: 100 Days of Learning | Effective Lesson Planning | Promoting Unity
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Discover how a refreshed set of engineering modules can help you develop, evaluate, and adapt your own materials to meet the goals of the Next Generation Science Standards.
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In this video, learn strategies for effective lesson planning as a first-year teacher walks through the planning process.
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In response to recent events, Tch Laureate Marion Ivey offers six strategies for promoting unity in the classroom to help our students create a better world today.
Notes from the Tch Laureates

As teachers we have the unique opportunity to influence the lives of so many young children over the course of our career. With this opportunity, comes the responsibility to not only plan for the content we teach, but also for the community we must build within our classrooms. A community built upon caring relationships, mutual respect, and most importantly, empathy. This isn't something that can be handled by putting up a few posters around the room or telling students they should feel one way or another. it's something they must experience through the way we interact and learn with and from one another each day.

It's my hope that through our classroom communities, we not only engineer amazing learning experiences for our students, such as the ones featured in Boeing’s 100 Days of Learning, but also spend equal time engineering a community in our classrooms where students know their feelings and ideas are valued, heard, and respected as they are in Sean’s classroom.

Crystal MoreyCrystalMorey
 

Teaching Channel Laureate

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