A Practical Approach to Classroom Management and Discipline: Starting the Year with Proactive Classroom Management Strategies, Grades 6-12
Filmed in classrooms, grades 6-12, this two-part PD Resource Kit focuses on how to engage middle and high school students in a well managed, highly productive first day of class; establish key classroom routines to maximize daily learning; and implement practical strategies for effectively addressing disruptive student behavior, including verbal assaults and actions that are threatening or intimidating.
A Practical Approach to Classroom Management and Discipline: Strategies for Dealing with Challenging, Difficult Students, Grades 6-12
Flipped learning is an instructional approach in which students gain basic understandings of concepts outside of class and teachers use class time to more thoroughly develop students’ content knowledge and higher-order thinking skills. In this PD Resource Kit, teachers from a variety of content areas in secondary school settings demonstrate classroom-based strategies and techniques for boosting student learning, developing their skills as self-guided learners and increasing student achievement.
Participants spend several days in master teacher Mary Ellen Ledbetter's classroom and experience unique instructional strategies that cause students to exceed standard expectations for writing success.
Directly teaching vocabulary improves reading comprehension and increases subject area achievement.
This PD Resource Kit provides examples of teachers in grades 6-12 using highly engaging instructional strategies to help students commit vocabulary to long-term memory and deepen their understanding of course content.
Secondary teachers in inclusive classrooms must possess a repertoire of proven, practical ideas and strategies to successfully address a wide range of student needs.
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