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7 months ago
What is your opinion about "Highly Effective Teaching Practice"?

What do you do to be an effective teacher?

What do you do to help your ELLs or your EC students?

Are you differentiating your instruction?

I hope this become a topic for everyone to discuss.

https://www.edutopia.org/blog/5-highly-effective-teaching-practices-rebecca-alber?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc
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7 months ago
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What is your opinion about "Highly Effective Teaching Practice"?

What do you do to be an effective teacher?

What do you do to help your ELLs or your EC students?

Are you differentiating your instruction?

I hope this become a topic for everyone to discuss.

https://www.edutopia.org/blog/5-highly-effective-teaching-practices-rebecca-alber?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc

I believe that many teachers use these processes more often then not. We need to step back and reflect on our methods.
5 months ago
5 Highly Effective Teaching Practices: Great article!

https://www.edutopia.org/blog/5-highly-effective-teaching-practices-rebecca-alber?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc
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5 months ago
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5 Highly Effective Teaching Practices: Great article!

https://www.edutopia.org/blog/5-highly-effective-teaching-practices-rebecca-alber?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc

This has a bunch of handy tips: https://www.edutopia.org/blog/dipsticks-to-check-for-understanding-todd-finley
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5 months ago
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Quote from Gomez de la Torre-Cerfontaine, Mariel Ines
5 Highly Effective Teaching Practices: Great article!

https://www.edutopia.org/blog/5-highly-effective-teaching-practices-rebecca-alber?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc

This has a bunch of handy tips: https://www.edutopia.org/blog/dipsticks-to-check-for-understanding-todd-finley

Great article! Thanks.
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5 months ago
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Quote from eortiz@conwell-egan.org
Quote from Gomez de la Torre-Cerfontaine, Mariel Ines
5 Highly Effective Teaching Practices: Great article!

https://www.edutopia.org/blog/5-highly-effective-teaching-practices-rebecca-alber?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc

This has a bunch of handy tips: https://www.edutopia.org/blog/dipsticks-to-check-for-understanding-todd-finley

Great article! Thanks.

You're welcome.
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4 months ago
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
What is your opinion about "Highly Effective Teaching Practice"?

What do you do to be an effective teacher?

What do you do to help your ELLs or your EC students?

Are you differentiating your instruction?

I hope this become a topic for everyone to discuss.

https://www.edutopia.org/blog/5-highly-effective-teaching-practices-rebecca-alber?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc

I really like this article. I think one "problem" for teachers is that students are so different with such different needs. I think it's more of a benefit, but you can't have the "control" in your classroom like in the old days - everyone sitting quietly in rows. We don't really learn like we need to in that environment, as adults or students.

Thanks for sharing!
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4 months ago
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Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
What is your opinion about "Highly Effective Teaching Practice"?

What do you do to be an effective teacher?

What do you do to help your ELLs or your EC students?

Are you differentiating your instruction?

I hope this become a topic for everyone to discuss.

https://www.edutopia.org/blog/5-highly-effective-teaching-practices-rebecca-alber?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc

I really like this article. I think one "problem" for teachers is that students are so different with such different needs. I think it's more of a benefit, but you can't have the "control" in your classroom like in the old days - everyone sitting quietly in rows. We don't really learn like we need to in that environment, as adults or students.

Thanks for sharing!

"I think it's more of a benefit, but you can't have the "control" in your classroom like in the old days - everyone sitting quietly in rows." That model drives me crazy.
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4 months ago
I definitely enjoyed the article. Nothing earth shattering, but a very good reminder about solid teaching practices. I don't think anyone could look at any one practice and argue that it's a poor idea. Personally, I think people get into trouble when they try to incorporate too many things at one and don't give it adequate time. For me, focusing on one important practice is most beneficial. That way, I can dig deep and nurture what I'm doing.

Additionally, a huge classroom payoff is training students to take more responsibility for their own learning. That's a big one that involves commitment and attention.
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4 months ago
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I definitely enjoyed the article. Nothing earth shattering, but a very good reminder about solid teaching practices. I don't think anyone could look at any one practice and argue that it's a poor idea. Personally, I think people get into trouble when they try to incorporate too many things at one and don't give it adequate time. For me, focusing on one important practice is most beneficial. That way, I can dig deep and nurture what I'm doing.

Additionally, a huge classroom payoff is training students to take more responsibility for their own learning. That's a big one that involves commitment and attention.

"a huge classroom payoff is training students to take more responsibility for their own learning. "

- I am with you 100% on this.
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