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Ten Ways Teachers Can Support Students at the End of the Year (Part 1)

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Session Description:
Keeping students engaged at the end of the school year can seem like a monumental task - especially once you are finished with high-stakes testing. Join Michelle Dragalin as she shares a variety of strategies (that do not involve projects or worksheets) to end the school year in a way that is both meaningful for students and manageable for teachers. You will also have access to a lesson plan template that will have you and your students sailing through the final days of school and into the summer break.

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify ten ways to end the school year that are both meaningful for students and manageable for teachers.

  • Create an end of the year lesson plan that will engage students for the remainder of the school year.

  • Assessment: Participants will create an end of the year lesson plan to demonstrate their understanding of the session objectives and reflect on their learning.


    Status: Available On-Demand
    Subject: Cross-curricular
    Last aired on: Wednesday, May 25, 2022 @ 3:00 PM EDT
    Duration: 30 minutes
    Credit Hours: 0.5
    Categories: Differentiation & Personalization, Learning Theories & Strategies
    Tags: differentiation, learning strategies, personalization

    Reviews (9)

    Great ideas that I will try to implement. Some of these I already do, but this gave me a different perspective.
    Basic Member
    The webinar has many helpful ideas for end of the year.
    Basic Member
    Amazing teaching
    Basic Member
    Great info...
    Full Member
    This was great, but it would be most beneficial to elementary teachers.
    Full Member
    She had some great ideas, but most were more useful for the Elementary level.
    Basic Member
    Very helpful! Thanks!
    Basic Member
    A good basic overview of what to do at the end of the year. Better for a very new teacher. Good advice.
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