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November 26, 2016
This Week: Listening Games | Highlighting Mistakes | Group Discussion
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Watch Mary Abdul Wajid build her students’ listening and gross motor skills through a song with motions.
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In one of our most popular videos, Leah Alcala hands back tests — with no grades. She turns tests into a learning and risk-taking opportunity.
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Master the art and science of engaging students in rigorous discussion with Sarah Brown Wessling.
Notes from the Tch Laureates

As a middle school STEM teacher, one of the most essential pieces to any lesson is the “hook.” If I’m going to get students to buy into my lesson, I need to get them excited so they engage, keep an open mind, and understand the practical application of the classroom content. It doesn’t take much to impress, but it’s important to set the tone.

As we head into the last month of 2016, Teaching Channel is highlighting some of your favorite teaching strategies. These include blogs that not only focus on the diverse ways in which teachers introduce their material, but also on ways teachers choose to manage their classes throughout the instructional process. This week’s videos show an engaging method to get younger students up and moving while working on their gross motor skills, impactful assessment with middle school students, and strategies for creating high level, student-led discourse in the high school classroom.

On a side note, if you’re heading to Learning Forward, make sure to stop by Teaching Channel for a PoP giveaway and consultation on creating #anewkindofPD! We look forward to seeing you!

crystal morey

tom jenkinsTeaching Channel Laureate

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Tchers’ Voice
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Whether you’re mixing it up or just curious about what other teachers do, check out these five videos to see five different ways teachers start their lessons.

 

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What do you do when you need your class to calm down and focus? Adding these five strategies to your classroom management toolbox can help you keep your students on task and learning this year.

Q&A: Answer These Questions
Q: What are some great strategies for managing an unruly classroom?
Q: What book suggestions do you have for middle school read-aloud??
Q: What real life examples can I use to teach perimeter to third graders?
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