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Surviving the 1st Month of School! 10 Tips & Resources

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While the prospect of facing new learners can be exciting, beginning a new semester can also be rather stressful. Careful preparation goes a long way in determining the success of our time with these new learners. In this presentation, Shelly Terrell will provide tips and resources to ensure you make a positive impact on your learners and help them to achieve their learning goals. Shelly will share tips and suggestions designed to improve relationships with learners and their parents right from the start. Come discover resources that will help you and your students throughout the school year.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Saturday, July 23, 2016 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Classroom Management, Communication & Collaboration
Tags: 589, Back-to-school, beginning of year, DOL806, first impressions

Reviews (67)

Full Member
Great information and resources.
Basic Member
Great infornation!
Full Member
I think this is more for first year teachers. Some great ideas for them. The first slide says a lot. I would love to see some examples of the weekly projects. I like the idea of taking current projects and adding the technology component.
Full Member
Great ideas, thank you!
Full Member
Excellent ideas.
Basic Member
Great ideas, even if you have been teaching for a few years.
Basic Member
Great tips for what can be a very challenging time of year!
Full Member
I thought the digital icebreakers were a great idea. We are always using the same icebreakers so these were helpful. I will check out Class DoJo.
Basic Member
A lot of these ideas extend beyond the first month of school. To me these werenít tip, more like good educational practices. Perhaps more useful for those early in their teaching careers.
Full Member
This webinar has a lot of useful ideas and information. It seemed like it was well-suited for newer teachers, or teachers with less experience, and would be a great resource as a part of a new teacher academy.
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