Tips on Teaching

Published at Nov 19, 2015

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Tips on Teaching

From a teacher who doesn't always get it right. 
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  • What else do you want to know?
  • Discussion
  • An article about engagement
  • Questions, hopes, and fears
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Questions, hopes and fears: 3x5

  • Write a question, hope, or fear about working with students.
  • Turn in.
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"We're so used to seeing adolescence as a problem. But the more we learn about what really makes this period unique, the more adolescence starts to seem like a highly functional, even adaptive period. It's exactly what you'd need to do the things you have to do then." BJ Casey, neuroscientist

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"Planning for Engagement"

  • Number the paragraphs.
  • Margin notes: ask questions, make connections.
  • Underline claims.
  • Circle terms.
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Chat with Your Partner:

  • Discuss.
  • What was the most important claim?
  • A question or connection?
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Questions About Working with Students

  • Questions about working with students...