Each week, I publish a post containing three or four particularly useful resources on classroom instruction, and you can see them all here. Since I’ve already posted one edition this week, this is a special Part Two.
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Here are this week’s picks:
This tweet could be a useful companion to my previous post, Here’s My Chapter On Elements Of A Successful Lesson, Along With Student Hand-Outs THEY Use To Teach:
Central image from Making Every Lesson Count courtesy of @jasonramasami http://t.co/H8g3xCcTRs #LessonCount pic.twitter.com/Mq35ZluwgZ
— Andy Tharby (@atharby) June 23, 2015
The post highlighted in this next tweet talks about what I think is a very innovative instructional strategy — he puts info on slides and asks students to predict what he would say to accompany them:
@suzieboss While you are at #pblworld you might check this out – a nice way to integrate "lecture" into projects. http://t.co/57YlmT9mup
— Kevin Gant (@gantalones) June 23, 2015
And here’s a tweet I’m adding to The Best Resources For Learning About Restorative Practices – Help Me Find More:
Great framework for having restorative conversation with students. #tbsconf pic.twitter.com/t3lgKtthqW
— Sanee Bell, Ed.D. (@SaneeBell) June 23, 2015
I use the Scholarly Traits in class. Having academic #humility is an important one; goes hand in hand with #gratitude pic.twitter.com/e5eiuCZYB4
— Martha Infante (@AvalonSensei) June 22, 2015