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Nurturing Introverts: Classroom Strategies and Technologies to Reach Even the Quietest Kids

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Overview

Do the introverted, quiet kids in your classroom often get overlooked? Would you like to give these kids a stronger voice and a better chance at success? Join Chrissy Romano-Arrabito as she explores the nature of introverts and explains what distinguishes them from the "shy" students. Chrissy will share teaching strategies, tips for technology integration, and ideas for classroom design that can help create an environment that will allow you to better connect with these students. Come discover how you can help the quiet students find success in your classroom!

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, February 27, 2019 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Diversity & SEL, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: introverted students, quiet students, SEL, shy students, Social Emotional Learning

Reviews (27)

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very helpful
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Saw much of it yesterday when I watched the one on Connecting with Kids.
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Solid information on strategies to reach the quietest kids! Thanks!
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I liked learned about distinction between a timid student and an introvert student. The ideas of how to work with student who might have a difficult time working with others as working alone is there preference or they are uncomfortable in a group are resourceful.
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Thank you for sharing all the awesome ideas with us.
 
Great strategies to implement in the classroom!
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Love the presentation! Thank you so much for sharing the presentation. Great strategies to help the students.
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Thank you!
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Thank you!
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Thank you for this topic - I do not think I've ever seen the topic on introverted students before - they are often overlooked or considered to be non-participators/defiant. Great presentation!
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