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Child's Play: How Having Fun Turns Kids Into Adults
Children play their way into adulthood. Learn why play is so important and how it literally "turns kids into adults." Play is the engine that drives child development. Understanding play is key to any unit in child development or parenting…
Defensible Differentiation: What Does It Take to Get It Right
Differentiated instruction was designed to address the instructional needs of diverse students. However, simply claiming to practice differentiation will not meet those needs. In this keynote session (from the 14 October 2010 On Excellence in Teaching Summit), Carol Ann Tomlinson…
Assertive Discipline - Positive Behavior Management for Today's Classroom
These five video programs show how all teachers can learn to become effective classroom managers, decrease classroom disruptions, and increase the amount of time available for teaching and learning. Appropriate for professional development in grades K-12, Assertive Discipline includes five…
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Middle Childhood
During middle childhood - the period between ages 6 and 12 - children reach many critical milestones. In fact, teacher and caregiver responses during this time of significant change can dramatically affect a child's physical, cognitive, social, and emotional growth,…
The Four Keys to Effective Classroom and Behavior Management
The Four Keys to Effective Classroom and Behavior Management video series helps educators explore the four key skill areas essential to establishing an atmosphere that supports learning for all students. Each of the four video programs in the workshop focuses…
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Backward Design
In this keynote session (from the 13 October 2010, On Excellence in Teaching Summit), Jay McTighe helps participants to understand the three stages of backward design: Identify desired results Determine acceptable evidence Plan learning experiences and instruction In the backward…
Managing the Learning Environment - Succeeding as a Teacher
Part of the Series: Succeeding As A Teacher Collection
Naturally, lesson plans are important, but what about educational ergonomics? Like adults, kids work and learn best when they're comfortable physically, mentally and emotionally. Find out how to design a calm and creative environment that's conducive to passing knowledge along…
Richard Lavoie - The Motivation Breakthrough
PBS
Motivation is the key to learning. But very few parents and teachers have an effective arsenal of techniques at their disposal. With empathy and understanding, backed by decades of experience in the classroom, Rick Lavoie gives parents and teachers the…
Innovation Through Technology: The Differentiators
In this keynote session (from the 13 October 2010 21st Century Learning Institute), Cheryl Lemke shows how to design tomorrow's curricula by using research in sociology, learning and neuroscience as reinforcement for the key elements in 21st century learning Democratisation…
Transforming School Culture - Understanding and Overcoming Resistance to Necessary Change
In this breakout session from the Professional Learning Communities at Work(tm) Institute in Denver, Colorado (July 10, 2009), Anthony Muhammad uses stories from his personal experience--both as a beginning student and as a teacher--to engage all participants. Through those often…
The Montessori Method
Italian physician Maria Montessori developed the Montessori method of teaching in the early 1900's while observing that children learn best when engaged in purposeful activity. Dr. Montessori inspired a movement that enabled children to teach themselves through sensory-rich, hands-on materials,…
Communication and Professional Growth (Succeeding As A Teacher)
Part of the Series: Succeeding As A Teacher Collection
Successful communications with students, parents, and staff can be absolutely key to prospering as a teacher - and so to retaining good teachers. This program helps build communication skills and helps new teachers grow as professionals. Viewers see how to…
21st Century Readiness for Every Student
In this keynote session (from the 11 October 2010 21st Century Skills Institute), Ken Kay argues that 21st century education must be rooted in knowledge and skills that ensure readiness for every student. He explains the importance of fusing the…
Supervising the Art and Science of Teaching - A New Approach to Lesson Observation and Lesson Design
In The Art and Science of Teaching, Dr. Marzano outlines 10 critical areas of instructional practice, along with specific strategies for each area. He addresses how administrators might supervise the art and science of teaching in a way that keeps…
Instruction For All Students (Succeeding As A Teacher)
Part of the Series: Succeeding As A Teacher Collection
This program shows a wealth of strategies to use in the classroom to engage all students and to increase student achievement. Vivid classroom scenes incorporate current research to show how to structure and pace a solid lesson, including modeling, role-playing,…
ADHD and LD: Powerful Teaching Strategies and Accommodations with Response to Intervention (RTI)
Best practices and powerful strategies for reaching and teaching diverse learners in today's classrooms. Learn how to enable ALL students - including those with learning, attention, and behavioural challenges - to achieve school success. Ideal for Professional Development: View hundreds…
Role of PLCs in Advancing 21st Century Skills
The foundation of a professional learning community is the three big ideas: a focus on learning, a collaborative culture and a focus on results. The knowledge and skills essential to the success of students has been articulated by the Partnership…
Standards-Based Reporting and Formative Assessment - On the Road to a Highly Reliable Organization
This useful video series clearly explains how to design and interpret several types of formative assessments, how to track student progress and how to assign meaningful marks, even if a school uses a traditional marking system. Dr Marzano brings each…
A Practical Look at Response to Intervention
A system in which struggling students must fail before they can receive additional support is being replaced by comprehensive systems of interventions. In this breakout session, Mike Mattos provides an accessible survey of response to intervention (RTI) systems and explains…
Content, Then Process: Teacher Learning Communities in the Service of Formative Assessment
Teacher quality is the most significant variable in school improvement, and of all the things teachers can do to improve the quality of their teaching, formative assessment has been shown to provide the greatest impact. In Content, Then Process: Teacher…