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Finding A Professional Development Plan For Teachers
http://www.goleaps.com/prodev/about - When it comes to finding a professional development plan for teachers, you need to closely look at the school and teachers that are involved. There isn't always a one size fits all plan for everyone. The professional developments for teachers should be looked at closely, and created specifically for the educators and teachers in question.
Views: 52 Jessie Reidford
The Teacher Interview: Sample Questions & Answers
While a little long, this video offers eight questions commonly asked in the teacher interview, and how I would answer those questions. All of these are questions that I have been asked repeatedly in teacher interviews. While I did edit the video a bit, I can assure you it was to edit out the two year old calling for me in the background! :) My best advice for the teacher interview is to practice, practice, practice your answers to the common questions. The more confident you feel in the interview experience, the better you will feel and do. I have interviewed for SO MANY positions. I did not get hired for all of them, but I did learn a lot along the way. One summer I applied to over 52 positions. Yikes! When I started applying, I was sometimes up against 200 or more people for one position, and interviewing against 20 or more (if I got a call back to interview!). Good luck! AND Please let me know if there are more questions you have about the interview experience! As promised, here is that list of common interview questions that I have personally been asked at one time or another: a. Tell us about yourself b. What is your philosophy of teaching c. How do you use formative assessments to inform your teaching? d. What process do you use to lesson plan? e. How do you differentiate for students who are higher or lower? f. How do you differentiate for English Language Learners? g. What is your experience with the IEP and 504 process? h. What experience do you have collaborating with other teachers? i. Tell about a time when something went wrong in a lesson, what did you do? j. What is your favorite part of teaching? k. What do you do outside of teaching? l. How do you stay current in your field? m. What professional development experience do you have? n. How do you have a cycle of inquiry in your classroom? o. What approaches do you use to teach reading? p. What are your strengths/weaknesses as a teacher? q. How do you make accommodations for students who need it? r. What do you know about the RTI system? What experience do you have with it? s. What approaches do you use for classroom management? t. Describe a typical class period. u. What would a student of yours say about you as a teacher? v. What would a colleague say about you? w. What clubs or activities are you interested in participating in? x. Are you interested in coaching? If so, what? y. How do you integrate technology in your classroom? z. Describe a type when technology failed during a lesson, what did you do? aa. How do you increase communication between home and school? bb. Do you have any questions? i. This question seems so silly, but you need to ask at least one or two questions. ii. The purpose is to show them that you have researched the school a bit, and that you are interested. 1. Your school has a high population of English learners. What professional development do you offer teachers to support them in the classroom? 2. What is your parent involvement like?
Views: 110338 Happily in the Middle
"Ace the Teacher Demo Lesson" Workshop
"Ace the Teacher Demo Lesson" presented by Jamie Truman on March 7, 2017. Hosted by Selected https://www.getselected.com __________________________________________________________________________ Want more resources on teacher job search and professional development? • Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2rVa18S • Selected blog: https://blog.getselected.com • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/getselectedco • Twitter: https://twitter.com/getselectedco • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getselected • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/11020845 About Selected Selected helps teachers get jobs at schools they love. We offer a matching platform that connects teachers with 500+ schools in NYC, NJ, CT, Philly, and DC. Selected is 100% free for teachers. Schools apply to you, not the other way around. Finish your job search in weeks, not months — make a profile at https://www.getselected.com __________________________________________________________________________
Views: 5051 Selected
April - Professional development - Teaching Around the World.
Here's an uncut, unedited video for this teaching around the word tag! Señor S's Spanish spot : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oScf3kVxuc Kaffople Land and her mates ! https://youtu.be/pt1INp8mqfA April Teaching Around the World Tag - Professional Development: 1. How often are professional development opportunities available to teachers? 2. What is the required professional development for teachers? 3. How is professional development tracked? 4. Are teachers encouraged to pursue advanced degrees? 5. Is there financial assistance for pursuing advanced degrees? 6. What methods are used to deliver professional development? (online, conference, etc.) May Teaching Around the World Tag - Data and Assessments: 1. What standardized tests do your students take? 2. How are students scored on these tests? 3. How is this data used to design instruction? 4. What types of interventions are done after evaluating this instruction? 5. How are students referred for special services? 6. Other comments on data and assessments This is the channel of a French teacher. I like to discuss and to talk about my views on teaching, education, students, tips. I teach science from 7th to 9th grade. I enjoy collaboration, sharing ideas and views about education. I follow a lot of teachers on Youtube and I learn a lot from them. I try to grade less and use the computer for assessements, giving feed-back to students, and evaluation. I work on how to teach to teachers with other colleagues. Youtube is definitely a way to do so. I'm always willing to improve my teaching and I'm open to all suggestions. :) Comments welcome! Let's keep in touch! Twitter : @a_happy_teacher Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/a_happy_tea... Music : Rhodesia by Twin Musicom.
Initial Teacher Training and Development Courses.
International House Mexico is in a unique position to offer the IH Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (our Teacher’s course).. Our ih Initial Teacher Training Course is designed for those with a non-native level of English who would like to teach English as a foreign language (TEFL). Course participants must have B1 advanced minimum English level. http://www.ihmexico.com/es/ Ih Mexico City - Condesa T. (55) 5211 6500 info@ihmexico.com
Professional development
Dr. Sharon Walpole, Instructional Coordinator with RISE, discusses the importance of sustained systematic professional development for educators.
Views: 339 Reading Rockets
Ryann Park - Teaching and Professional Goals
EDEL 100 PowerPoint
Views: 125 Ryann Park
Project Based Learning: Why, How, and Examples
Project based learning, PBL, is explained in full detail with examples and instructions for implementation. Teachers, educators, administrators, students, and more will develop a better understand of project based learning. This video is designed to help people get an deeper understanding than typical overview videos. The video begins with a description of why Project based learning is so important for students and in education in general. PBL can be used by teachers various disciplines. Some of the important reasons for using projects in your classroom such as allowing students to develop communication skills, utlilize 21st century life skills, become engage with the content, and share their projects with others in a public matter. The video also provides specific examples of projects that have been used by different teachers. The examples also include some of my favorite projects that I have created over the years. The projects are from different grade levels including algebra, social studies, and science classes. The video also presents the four different steps that will allow educators to implement project based learning. It begins with a driving question, an inquiry into the question, finding a solution, and presenting the material. This video is part of a google for education certified educator playlist where teachers look to earn google certificates and expand their career through professional development.
Views: 54790 Teachings in Education
Plan Your Professional Development Page Webinar
This session for new VISTAs will help you develop a plan for learning what you need to know to succeed in your VISTA service. Learn how to find essential resources that relate to your VAD, connect with other VISTAs, find answers to your service-related questions, and launch your ongoing learning.
Views: 284 Service Resources
Professional Growth Plan 2016-17
Professional Growth Plan 2016-17 - created at http://animoto.com
7W Personal Essay Day 2  Develop Plan
How to best organize observations and thoughts to grow ideas. Based on curriculum from Teacher's College, NY.
Views: 748 Mrs. Minchk
Methods by Mario - Realia
Methods by Mario are small segments brought to you by Santillana USA's Professional Development Director, Mario Nuñez. In this segment Mario discusses the method of Realia and how Spanish teachers can incorporate this method into their classroom. Examples provided.
Using the Target Language & Comprehensible Input - Teacher Presentation
Professional Learning Resources to Support STARTALK-endorsed Principles - Using the Target Language & Comprehensible Input (Teacher Presentation) Designed to support professional learning in STARTALK teacher development programs, professional development in STARTALK student programs, as well as independently by any language teacher, these resources address instructional topics found in STELLA modules and support the STARTALK-endorsed Principles for Effective Teaching and Learning and Characteristics of Effective Language Lessons. https://startalk.umd.edu/public/resources/advancelearning
Views: 457 startalklanguage
5 levers of Professional Development (2).m4v
Visually and graphically share the District Professional Development Strategy (5 levers of PD), districtwide levers and initiatives, and how they all fit together to support individual schools.
Views: 159 DPS OTLL
Inquiry-Based Learning in a Professional Development School
A study was conducted to determine the inputs, processes, and outcomes of teacher induction and professional development in an inquiry-based school. Qualitative data collected through interviews, focus groups, video, picture, and work sample artifacts (analyzed using descriptive and structural coding) revealed important inputs including the student-centered learning environment, prioritized teacher learning, and dissonance; processes of continued teacher dissonance, changed student dispositions, and student engagement; and outputs such as deepened engagement (student, teacher, and parent) as well as authentic student learning and metacognition. Implications include using the professional development school model as valuable professional development on a wider scale. Researchers: Michelle Prytula, Darren Fradette, Cari Anning, Jayla Irvine, Paul McTavish, and Bonnie Michalicz Producer: Ryan Banow Acknowledgements: Dr. Stirling McDowell Foundation for Research into Teaching, Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools and St. Anne School, and the University of Saskatchewan
Views: 3475 Michelle Prytula
Case Study: Supporting teachers’ development
St Stephen’s C of E Primary School, Shepherd’s Bush Market “How do you keep pupils’ interest in language learning right through upper KS2?” The provision of Spanish lessons at St Stephen’s was largely provided by Alana Williams, the language specialist and reception class teacher. She began to realise that keeping her older pupils engaged meant taking a look at what they were learning in their Spanish lessons. She attended a course provided by the LSEF project on CLIL methodology, and decided to try it. She prepared some Geography lessons comparing the physical and human characteristics of Peru with the UK in Spanish, supported by her project mentor. The resulting effect on her year 5 and 6 classes was inspiring! She also began supporting a non- specialist colleague to try delivering Spanish to his class of year 4 pupils, and the following case study illustrates how the effective use of mentor and peer mentor support improved practice.
Grit: the power of passion and perseverance | Angela Lee Duckworth
Leaving a high-flying job in consulting, Angela Lee Duckworth took a job teaching math to seventh graders in a New York public school. She quickly realized that IQ wasn't the only thing separating the successful students from those who struggled. Here, she explains her theory of "grit" as a predictor of success. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
Views: 4215541 TED
Singapore's 21st-Century Teaching Strategies (Education Everywhere Series)
By cultivating strong school leadership, committing to ongoing professional development, and exploring innovative models like its technology-infused Future Schools, Singapore has become one of the top-scoring countries on the PISA tests. Find more videos from Edutopia's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/edutopia
Views: 620870 Edutopia
Curriculum Development in Teaching and Learning (Biggs)
This video is a workshop style adaptation of a video "Teaching Teaching and Understanding Understanding", which is based on John Biggs' constructive alignment. The aim is to pause the video where in dicated to discuss certain aspects highlighted by the slides inserted into the video. The film is also available in high quality on DVD with subtitles in seven languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, and Danish): http://www.daimi.au.dk/~brabrand/short-film/ John Biggs has worked as an educational researcher and theorist for almost 40 years. He is a world leader in the area of teaching and learning in educational institutions, particularly at the tertiary level. His work has influenced countless students and teachers as well as the current generation of educational researchers. John is also one of the very few scholars who has considered teaching and learning from a cross-cultural perspective.
Views: 4035 Anne-Mart Olsen
WIDA Website walkthru for MT Professional Development class
Walk-thru of WIDA website for Montana Office of Public Instruction summer online professional development course: Teaching and Assessing LEP Students
Views: 134 snowstormsinapril
Who's the Teacher Now? A Pedagogy of Youth-Led Participatory Action Research for Heritage Lang Ed
Youth-led participatory action research (YPAR) is an approach to teaching and learning that blurs research, pedagogy, and actions that seek transformational justice. This talk describes one example of a YPAR project in a high school Spanish as a heritage language class in which multilingual Latinx youth drew on their own study of U.S. Latinx social justice history to become teachers to multilingual 3rd-5th graders. They first drew on their own academic studies to design and facilitate learning circles, then utilized these experiences to lead language teachers and administrators in professional development around community expectations for linguistic and cultural representation in the schooling experiences of multilingual youth of color. Ultimately, this talk examines YPAR as a key pedagogy of possibility for multilingual youth to claim, reclaim, and sustain languages other than English whose maintenance has been restricted in the predominantly English language environment of U.S. schools. Presenter: Jenna Cushing-Leubner is a PhD candidate and doctoral dissertation fellow in the department of Curriculum & Instruction (Second Languages Education) and has spent the last four years working with teachers to forge multilingual learning spaces for youth from multilingual communities. She has worked extensively with teachers of English as an additional language and Spanish for native speakers to develop classes and programs that emphasize positive ethnic and linguistic identity, social justice, youth research, and transformative teaching. Cosponsored by the Second Language Education Program in the College of Education and Human Development
Views: 142 CARLA UMN
Denia Centeno: Teaching in the U.S. with Participate
Participate partners with schools and districts to provide leading-edge technology, comprehensive frameworks and support services. These programs and services impact student outcomes by improving teacher practice through collaborative learning. ------ Learn more about Participate: https://www.participate.com/ Apply to Teach in the USA: https://www.participate.com/mktg/teach-in-the-usa/ ------ Subscribe to Participate on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-Ahe-VpwPeLwHKAtdEMzvA Follow Participate on Twitter: https://twitter.com/participate Like Participate on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/howiparticipate/ Honduran native Denia Centeno talks about her experience teaching in the United States with Participate. TRANSCRIPT Denia Centeno: You know with these kids every day is something different. In teaching Spanish it's even more rewarding because you know that they can give you that feedback immediately, and they understand everything even when you're talking to them and you're mad or something they will understand it. [Speaking Spanish with students] Student 1: Some of my friends say, ‘I want to learn how to speak Spanish, it's hard.’ I personally don't think it's hard because I've been in it for like six years now. Student 2: I like speaking two languages because I like to speak Spanish just like my mom and dad. Student 3: If you want to travel you know more languages and it actually makes you smarter because you think in both languages. Denia Centeno:From the first year until now I can say that I have grown as a person, as a teacher, as an individual. The first year it was like getting to know the community, the program, the kids, the school, the system, everything was new. You feel like overwhelmed with a lot of information that you have to manage, a lot of details that you have to be aware of, but once you learn all of these things everything gets you know smoother and not easier but you get like you gain that confidence to do things. You grow personally and professionally and that is reflected in your teaching also. Student 3: It makes me feel happy that she's proud of where she comes from. Student 1: Every time we learn something new she like tries to make it fun so we all understand it and like make it seem like it's not boring. Denia Centeno: [Speaking Spanish with students] So year round starts before traditional calendar. We usually start on July, in the middle of July. It goes year round as the word says. We work all year, nine weeks period. We teach for nine weeks and then we have a break for three weeks that we call intersession. Student 1: Having a year-round calendar is better than other types of schools because we have three weeks break and the normal schools would have like one week. Student 2: We might have a short summer but we have to go like after summer we only have nine weeks and then we would go to break. Denia Centeno: For me it's perfect, because every nine weeks everybody feels you know all the things that we have been doing, so you're tired, kids are tired and they already know that time is coming. So they will be having that time to relax and refresh as well as teachers the same. If you are really looking for growth personal and professional this is a good opportunity. I won’t tell you that it’s easy; it's not easy, but if you come with your goals and you're convinced that you want to make a change in your life, this is an opportunity to have it. I'm emotional sometimes when I have the opportunity to look back and see where I was and where I am now and that all of these good things can be transmitted to my students and sharing my culture and everything in here.
Views: 3387 Participate
10 minute Second Grade Lesson Vocabulary
This video was recorded for the purpose of professional development purposes. Teachers will view the lesson and provide constructive criticism.
Views: 5847 Guillermo Carmona
Primary Professional Development from Pearson
http://primarypd.pearson.com/ See how Pearson Professional Development can develop your teaching and improve your school
Views: 189 Pearson Primary UK
Technology Goals and How I Plan | Teacher Vlog Week 1
Technology Goals and How I Plan | Teacher Vlog Week 1 This is my very first teacher vlog where I cover what happened in my Social Studies and Spanish classroom this past week. I specifically focus on improving my use of technology in the classroom and show how the process of how I plan for a new unit with middle school social studies. If you have any feedback regarding the vlog structure, please let me know! Links to Things Mentioned in this Vlog: JP Sears' TEDx Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79zra755WgA QFT Method: http://rightquestion.org/educators/resources/ Twitter with EdChat examples: https://twitter.com/sarah_settanni Connect with us! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrandmrssocialstudies/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mr-and-Mrs-Social-Studies-714852635337953/?ref=bookmarks TPT Store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mr-And-Mrs-Social-Studies
21st Century Tools for Teachers Lesson Preview
This is a lesson preview from a 15 hour professional development e-course called 21st Century Tools for Teachers. This sample is taken from Unit 1 -- The 21st Century Student, which describes students today and the ideal conditions for creating a 21st century learning environment. In later sections, we match these learning styles with web 2.0 tools and demonstrate how to integrate these programs into traditional lesson plans. The course walks participants through new programs in a step-by-step fashion in order to give teachers practice and confidence. To learn more, please visit engaging-students. org.
John Bertles Professional Development Workshops for Educators
John Bertles is an educator, composer and instrument-builder, as well as the founder and co-director of Bash the Trash Environmental Arts LLC, which has presented performances, residencies and professional development sessions nationwide for over 20 years. He is a workshop leader with the Kennedy Center National Touring Workshops for Teachers, and a former member of the board of directors of the New York City Arts-in-Education Roundtable. For more information contact johnbertles@optonline.net or visit www.bashthetrash.com
Views: 630 Bash the Trash
IB Professional Development Virtual Tour (2016)
Created by Christer Diane De la Cruz
Views: 121 Analourdes Herrera
Digital Technology Tools - Professional Development Session
In this presentation held at Qatar Academy Primary School, Mihai Catrinar and Carmen Fernandez shared various tools and strategies of how to integrate technology in the Physical Education or Spanish lessons. They have been collaborating during an integration unit about ocean animals with pre 5 students. Carmen recorded the students pronouncing various names of ocean animals in Spanish. With these files she created QR codes. Mihai posted the QR codes in the gym and the students had to scan them with iPads, listen to the recordings, and then imitate the moves of those animals for a number of times.
Views: 191 Fit'n'Wit PE
Ann Gravells (5) The Teaching, Learning and Assessment Cycle Part 5 - Evaluating Learning
This video explains the 'evaluating learning' aspect of the teaching, learning and assessment cycle. www.anngravells.com
Views: 7497 Ann Gravells
Overview of TEKS for LOTE (part 1 of 2)
Overview of TEKS for LOTE is one of a five-part video series that was produced in response to teachers' requests for examples of what Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for Languages other than English (LOTE) implementation actually looks like. The videos are centered around scenes from LOTE classrooms across Texas and include interviews with students, teachers, parents, and administrators. This episode provides an overview of the state standards and the guiding principles they reflect. A companion video study guide (available at www.sedl.org/loteced) offers suggestions for how to use the videos in a variety of professional development contexts. It contains background information on the changes brought about in LOTE instruction as the TEKS for LOTE are implemented and individual workshop units focusing on the program goals highlighted in each video. Resources include worksheet masters, suggested activities, workshop facilitation tips, and supplemental reading lists for participants.
Views: 4685 SEDL
How to answer "what are your career goals?" –Interview Tips,Skills to crack Interview
Interviews can make or mar the chances of getting a job. There are some despite having all the qualifications and attitude, fail at the interview because their answers to some questions were not satisfactory. Some interview questions can be tricky and one of such questions is, ‘What are your career goals and how do you plan to achieve them’. The answer to this question should be in such a way that it augurs well with the company’s future and your calibre so that the interviewers get the feeling that you both are on the same page. Each candidate is different so will be their answer to this question but at the same time, how one approaches this question can be common. Here are some ways to answer the very tricky yet relevant question as to what your career goals are and how you plan to achieve them: 1. Adopt a practical approach: When asked about your career goals and your plans to meet them, first talk about things you have done so far and your plans that you have chalked out for yourself. Just see to it that whatever goals and plans you talk about are associated some or the other way with the job for which the interview is being conducted. 2. How an experienced person should answer: If the candidate is aiming for a managerial position in accounts section, he can talk about the courses he has undertaken in latest accounting field. Then he can talk about his vision of becoming a senior accounts manager in the near future. 3. How a fresh candidate should answer: If an entry level candidate is going to say he hopes to become a writer after five years, then, be sure that this question will be the last and the person will be right away asked to leave. Thus it is safer to say that he is looking at learning new skills and learning more about the field so that he can gradually rise to a senior position. 4. Avoid narrow answers that you think is humorous: Sometimes, sense of humour doesn’t make any sense at all. If you are planning to say that your career goal is to take over the post of the manager who is interviewing, the latter will not see any sense in your humor rather in all probability, he will see you as a potential threat and avoid hiring you. 5. Think about career advancement activities and formulate an answer: For anyone to advance in their career, they need good training, handling of new responsibilities, learning leadership skills and a focus on individual development attributes. Frame an answer including these points so that the interviewer knows that your ultimate aim is. 6. Display your enthusiasm: When the interviewers find you enthusiastic about your career goals, they will get a feel that you will be able to handle responsibilities well because you are excited about new role and job. 7. Walking the fine line is helpful: Some interviewees tend to give emotional answers to this question while some will delve on personal and professional career goals and some tend to present a long list of career goals. It is best to strike a fine balance and to be concise yet detailed to answer in such a way that it presents you as a professional talking sense, and not some emotional fools who appear to be day dreaming. There are also a few things that you should avoid saying.  Do not mention goals about going back to school or starting a family. This may make it seem like you won’t be with this company for the long haul.  Do not mention a career path that couldn’t happen in the company you are interviewing with.  Be careful not to start bragging about what you think you will accomplish. Here is a good sample of an answer about career goals: I want to continue learning new techniques that will make me a better technician. I really strive to be the best that I can be, which means that my goals include staying current which means I will attend seminars and workshops. I also want to use the knowledge that I gain to help others reach their top potential. I could see myself being a great leader and manager who pushes the employees to be better and therefore make the company better. Download our app today to manage recruitment when ever and where ever you want : Link :https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.freshersworld.jobs&hl=en ***Disclaimer: This is just a training video for candidates and recruiters. The name, logo and properties mentioned in the video are proprietary property of the respective organizations. The Preparation tips and tricks are an indicative generalized information. In no way Freshersworld.com, indulges into direct or indirect promotion of the respective Groups or organizations
Aligning teaching, learning and assessment in Subject Area Syllabuses (video 2)
This series of four videos provides a general overview of the Subject Area Syllabuses. They form the pre-requisite learning necessary to participate in subject specific professional development to support the implementation of Subject Area Syllabuses. For more information visit http://www.qcaa.qld.edu.au/31337.html
Seeking professional learning
Seeking professional learning Career Stage - Graduate Main Focus area - 6.4 School - Adelaide High School The teacher explains the importance of ongoing professional learning to her development as a teacher. She describes the additional training and development she undertook as a graduate teacher at university and how that more fully prepared her for her first year of teaching. In her current school, she takes advantage of a mentoring relationship with another teacher, which involves weekly, and or fortnightly meetings to discuss teaching approaches and strategies. She also is able to view her mentor’s classes. http://www.aitsl.edu.au/australian-professional-standards-for-teachers/illustrations-of-practice/detail?id=IOP00145
Views: 2678 AITSL
Overview of TEKS for LOTE (part 2 of 2)
Overview of TEKS for LOTE is one of a five-part video series that was produced in response to teachers' requests for examples of what Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for Languages other than English (LOTE) implementation actually looks like. The videos are centered around scenes from LOTE classrooms across Texas and include interviews with students, teachers, parents, and administrators. This episode provides an overview of the state standards and the guiding principles they reflect. A companion video study guide (available at www.sedl.org/loteced) offers suggestions for how to use the videos in a variety of professional development contexts. It contains background information on the changes brought about in LOTE instruction as the TEKS for LOTE are implemented and individual workshop units focusing on the program goals highlighted in each video. Resources include worksheet masters, suggested activities, workshop facilitation tips, and supplemental reading lists for participants.
Views: 1614 SEDL
Top Tools for First Year Teachers - Teachers Talk Live
Welcome everyone to Teachers Talk Live, the podcast for K12 solutions! On episode 18 we want to gear up upcoming teachers for the 2017-2018 school year. As educators, we know full well the challenge that faces a first year teacher for their entire first year. There’s no sugarcoating it! It’ll be tough! But the good news is that it gets easier after that! On tonight’s show our panelists and online chatters will provide essential resources that all first year teachers should have. We have on the show Lee Araoz, Carrie Baughcum, Tandy Caraway, Carina Hilbert, Josie Mittleman and Scott Rosenkranz. We want to cover the best books you should read, the staff development you should seek out, the type of supports you should have in schools, in social media and at home. Here's a little more about our education experts: Lee Araoz is a K-12 instructional technology coordinator/coach, staff developer and teacher. He instills a love of learning in his students, while making positive connections and setting high expectations. Using innovative teaching methods, and creating a nurturing classroom environment, Lee has managed to make learning fun for students in his classes and professional development sessions over the last 27 years. Carrie Baughcum - @heckawesome - Momma. Wife. Mismatch Sock Wearer. Doodler. Special Education Teacher. Learning Enthusiast. Inspiration Junkie...She thinks life, learning and doodling are HECK AWESOME! Tandy Caraway has been helping students to excel academically and to reach their educational goals, for over 16 years, by using student-centered instructional methodologies. She began her instructional career by coordinating an after-school program at her high school alma mater. Since that time she has tutored and instructed hundreds of students, leaving them with a renewed sense of self-efficacy and self-confidence. Tandy has experienced high rates of success with all types of students, although at-risk students are seemingly her specialty. Tandy’s colleagues describe her as an enthusiastic, motivated and dedicated teacher who demonstrates a sincere interest in her students as individuals. This passion and tenacity has earned her national and local accolades such as ABCTE Teacher of the Year Honorable Mention, FBLA District Adviser of the Year, and the Spot Success Award and Teacher of the Year at her school. Mrs. Caraway’s instructional prowess has been established by the success her students have achieved and the leadership responsibilities she has carried out. She has served as FCAT Motivation Committee chairperson, Math Department Chairperson, District Curriculum Support Specialist, and Service Learning Coordinator. While serving in these capacities, she has developed various programs that have inspired teachers and students to give their personal best, resulting in grant renewal awards and cohesive, collaborative small learning communities. Carina Hilbert is an 8th grade ELA teacher currently on medical leave from her urban district. She has taught every kind of English class from 8th to 12th grade as well as Spanish 1 and 2. An experienced blended learning teacher and instructor for other teachers, Carina earned the nickname of Resource Girl in her MAT TESOL program through University of Southern California. She lives with her family in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Josie Mittleman is the Curriculum and PD Specialist for Edcite, an interactive website that engages students with digital practice. Josie has been developing curriculum for over 20 years for a variety of reputable education publishing houses including Pearson Education, McGraw Hill, and The College Board. Josie is a graduate from Teachers College, Columbia University and continues to be an active member in the alumni association. Scott Rosenkranz is a National Board Certificated Teacher who has 16 years of teaching experience. Scott's passion for formative assessment and equitable student engagement led him to create Oncore, a free app for iPad that increases student engagement and helps teachers do standards based formative assessment daily, in class, while learning is taking place. Hundreds of teachers are using Oncore to increase engagement, feedback and focus in their classrooms.
"Make Beliefs Comix" | EdTech Tuesday | Professional Development
http://www.lessonplanet.com/professional-development/courses/ed-tech-make-beliefs-comix Students can create two- to four-panel comic strips using either the free Make Beliefs Comix website or iPad app. Uses range from allowing students to show what they've learned across multiple learning styles, to supporting younger or special needs students express feelings or experiences they struggle to articulate, to providing high schoolers an easy platform to comment on world affairs or historical events via political cartoons. For more educational app tutorials, with new episodes released every Tuesday, visit Lesson Planet's EdTech Tuesdays page: http://www.lessonplanet.com/professional-development/courses?category=ed-tech
Views: 504 Lesson Planet
Lesson plan!
Views: 60 Rebecca Medley
Teacher-Parent Relationship: Using Professional Development to Improve Family & Community Engagement
Recorded on November 18, 2010, this was the fourth webinar in the "Achieving Excellence and Innovation in Family, School, and Community Engagement" (FSCE) series. Strong parent-teacher relationships are invaluable. They contribute to a positive school climate, family engagement in student learning, improved student performance, and the retention of high quality teachers. Providing teachers with the resources they need to effectively connect learning in the classroom to learning at home is a challenge that many districts are struggling to address. Family engagement must be a core element of any professional development system. It is not enough to offer random, one-time workshops-family engagement must be embedded in pre-service curricula, professional standards, teacher certification, and assessments for learning and accountability. Furthermore, all school personnel, from principals to receptionists, must have access to high quality professional development that reinforces family engagement as an essential strategy for improving student performance. This webinar examined practical examples of how states can embed family engagement into their professional development systems and how teacher education programs can systematically include family engagement in teaching and learning. The webinar also discussed promising practices in higher education, including partnerships with Parental Information and Resource Centers (PIRCs) to build the capacity of family coordinators. Presenters included: Beatriz Ceja, Program Manager, School Leadership Program, U.S. Department of Education; Charles J. "Chuck" Saylors, President, National PTA; Mishaela Durán, Interim Executive Director, National PTA; Susan Walker, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota; Jane Groff, Director, Kansas State PIRC; Katharine Mora, Education Coordinator, Columbia University Head Start, and Adjunct Professor, Bank Street College of Education A selection of resources and links related to the webinar are located at: http://www.nationalpirc.org/engagement_webinars/archive-webinar4.html
Views: 7460 SEDL
SLSO performance and development
The human resources directorate has created videos about performance and development for non teaching staff in schools. They provide context about the process and why its implementation is beneficial to staff and schools. The videos showcase different perspectives of non teaching staff and school executives.
First Year Teacher PD 8-min excerpts Thompson 1118095693
Eight-minutes of excerpts from the Professional Development Training Kit
Views: 426 Wiley
Communication and Comparisons (part 2 of 2) - Learning Languages Other than English (2001)
Communication and Comparisons is one of a five-part video series that was produced in response to teachers' requests for examples of what Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for Languages other than English (LOTE) implementation actually looks like. The videos are centered around scenes from LOTE classrooms across Texas and include interviews with students, teachers, parents, and administrators. This episode focuses on the interrelationship of the Program Goal of Communication and one of the other goals: Comparisons. A companion video study guide (available at www.sedl.org/loteced) offers suggestions for how to use the videos in a variety of professional development contexts. It contains background information on the changes brought about in LOTE instruction as the TEKS for LOTE are implemented and individual workshop units focusing on the program goals highlighted in each video. Resources include worksheet masters, suggested activities, workshop facilitation tips, and supplemental reading lists for participants.
Views: 554 SEDL
En la Granja de mi Tío by Music Rhapsody
Lynn Kleiner's Music Rhapsody students perform "En la Granja de mi Tío" at their farm songs concert. Find the lesson plan in the Store and the track on the Spanish Music Rhapsody CD - available at musicrhapsody.com (25% off for Music Box members) Live or Online Teacher Training and membership for access to detailed lesson plans, recording playlists, videos, music and more, are ready for you 24/7. https://musicrhapsody.com/teacher-tra... Lynn also offers professional development worldwide. info@musicrhapsody.com and teacher resources https://musicrhapsody.com/shop/ https://lynnkleinersmusicbox.com/
Views: 719 MusicRhapsody
Communication and Communities (part 1 of 2) - Learning Languages Other than English (2001)
Communication and Communities is one of a five-part video series that was produced in response to teachers' requests for examples of what Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for Languages other than English (LOTE) implementation actually looks like. The videos are centered around scenes from LOTE classrooms across Texas and include interviews with students, teachers, parents, and administrators. This episode focuses on the interrelationship of the Program Goal of Communication and one of the other goals: Communities. A companion video study guide (available at www.sedl.org/loteced) offers suggestions for how to use the videos in a variety of professional development contexts. It contains background information on the changes brought about in LOTE instruction as the TEKS for LOTE are implemented and individual workshop units focusing on the program goals highlighted in each video. Resources include worksheet masters, suggested activities, workshop facilitation tips, and supplemental reading lists for participants.
Views: 1802 SEDL
100 Individual Soccer Training Drills
ALL 100 Individual Training Drills LISTED HERE: Dribbling 1. Cone Weave to Looped Gate 2. Ronaldinho to Move at Cone 3. T-Cone Weave 4. 10 yd Dribbling Drill - Bell Taps 5. 5 yd Shuttle to Move at Cone 6. 10 yd Dribbling Drill - Inside Outside 7. Double Box Move Drill 8. 10 yd Circle Drill 9. 10 yd Looped Gate 10. Attacking Move Drill 11. Stair Step Roll Drill 12. Cone Weave to Zig Zag Weave 13. Ronaldinho Drill 14. 40 yd Gated Sprint to Move at Cone 15. Figure 8 Drill 16. Shuttle Run (5, 10, 15) 17. Directional Ronaldinho Drill 18. Double Wall Pass to Ronaldinho 19. Zig Zag Reverse Drill 20. 40 yd Varied Gated Sprint 21. Gated Obstacle Drill 22. 100 yd Dribble Sprint 23. Zig Zag Weave to Cone Weave to Cut-Back 24. Snake Drill Passing 25. Double Cut to Gated Pass 26. 5 yd Dribble, Move at Cone to Slotted Pass 27. Shoulder Dip to Cross 28. 1 Touch Wall Passing 29. 2 Touch Wall Passing 30. 3 Cone Wall Passing 31. Passing Progression 32. Timed Free Play Passing 33. Stationary Cross into Target 34. 10 yd Loop to Move at Cone to Pass 35. 90 Degree Wall Pass 36. Cut-In Dribble, Move at Cone to Pass 37. Wall Pass to First Touch 38. Two Touch Wall Pass - Air 39. One Touch Wall Pass - Air 40. Roll to Cross into Target 41. Sole Roll to Gated Pass 42. Corner of 6, Roll to Upper V 43. V-Roll to Gated Pass 44. Figure 8 Sole Roll to Driven Pass 45. Service 46. Laced Ground Passes 47. 50 Juggles to Pass 48. Crossbar Shooting 49. Cone Weave to Cut-In to Curled Shot 50. Stationary Laced Shot 51. Move at Cone to Shot 52. 18 yd Box Roll to Curled Shot 53. Line Shooting 54. Target Shooting 55. Cone Weave, Square Cuts, Move at Cone to Shot 56. Roll to Shot 57. Back to Goal, Turn, Shot Tight Space 58. Spinning Cruyff 59. V-Taps - Both 60. V-Taps - Single Foot 61. Figure 8 Swoop 62. Figure 8 Touches 63. Touches to Cuts 64. Ball Taps 65. Brazilian Sole Dribbling - Single Leg 66. Inside - Outside 67. Pull-Back Taps 68. Tight Cone Weave - Single Foot 69. Tight Cone Weave - Both Feet 70. Bell Taps 71. Forward - Backward Rolls 72. Brazilian Sole Flicks 73. Reverse Spinning Cruyff 74. Freestyle Dribbling 75. Zig Zag Swoop 76. Touch, Touch, Elastico 77. Touch, Touch, Stepover Juggling 78. Below Knee Juggle - Alt 79. Below Knee Juggle - Right Only 80. Below Knee Juggle - Left Only 81. Waist Height Juggle - Alt 82. Waist Height Juggle - Right Only 83. Waist Height Juggle - Left Only 84. Juggle - High Kick - Juggle 85. Juggle - ATW - Juggle 86. Juggle - RATW - Juggle 87. Wall Juggle - One Touch 88. Wall Juggle - Two Touch 89. Above Head Juggle - Alt 90. Above Head Juggle - Right Only 91. Above Head Juggle - Left Only 92. 10 yd Juggle to Bucket Shot 93. Cone Pick-Up 94. Juggle - High Kick - Trap 95. Seated Juggles 96. Tap-Ups - Right Only 97. Tap-Ups - Left Only 98. Tap-Ups - Both Feet 99. Juggle Stalls 100. Below Knee Two Touch Juggle FOLLOW ME! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mattsheldon23/ Become Elite on Instagram: @Become_Elite Website: www.become-elite.com Programs: http://www.become-elite.com/programs.html EMAIL me: becomeelitesoccer@gmail.com As a kid I always wished for a training resource filled with quick and to the point videos of drills. I searched everywhere and I couldn't find it. So, I decided to make a video that featured 100 of my favorite training drills. These drills span dribbling, shooting, passing, tight space, juggling, etc. This is a much different video than you guys are used to! This video pretty much sums up every single soccer/football training drill that I have done over the last 3 or so years of training and practicing. These drills span from back when I was a college soccer player, through playing over in Germany, to Orange County, to Saint Louis, and finally to now. Essentially we are following Matt Sheldon's daily schedule. Showing you his exact soccer training sessions, his workouts, his weight lifting/weight training programs, his diet/nutrition, and mentality as he progresses through his first professional offseason. We want you guys, to be able to learn, be inspired by these videos, to gather information from quality professional level training sessions and to apply this knowledge to your own life. We want to help you become elite level soccer players! .............................................................................................................................................................. Become Elite is the complete soccer/football/futbol training experience. Our website offers completely individualized, customized training programs that model professional and collegiate workout programs. We offer 4, 8, and 12 week soccer training plans, weightlifting plans, plyometric exercises, endurance workouts, nutrition guides, guide to counting your macros, fun workout challenges, t-shirts, and much, much more. Our Instagram page delivers advice, tips, drills, how-to tutorials, and instructional videos all in a convenient and free space.
Views: 520204 Become Elite
How to Encourage Collaborative Lesson Planning
Teachers at the Quest to Learn school in New York collaborate with game designers to build their curriculum plans. By cultivating trust, keeping things simple, and ensuring that lessons are student relevant, teachers can be learning designers too. Read more: http://www.edutopia.org/blog/rules-of-thumb-collaborative-planning-rebecca-rufo-tepper
Views: 20155 Edutopia
Educator Interim Tutorial Video (Employee)
This tutorial video is intended to assist a teacher in completing the Educator Interim Evaluation on JPLS. Table of Contents: 00:00 - Introduction 00:18 - Logging in to JPLS 01:11 - Educator Interim Evaluation 01:27 - Beginning of the Year 01:39 - Interim Evaluation Checklist 02:57 - Reflection/Professional Development Plan 03:42 - Evaluator Approval 04:02 - End of Year Container 04:08 - Professional Development Plan Review 04:53 - Evaluator and Educator Meeting and Sign Off 05:46 - Conclusion
Views: 1200 JSDProfDev