• Superb Curriculum Planning for the Remote Teacher

    June (2-2020),braxton
    Superb Curriculum Planning for the Remote Teacher
    Switching your teaching from a brick and mortar classroom to an online setting can be daunting. But if you approach this task with an open mind there are some tools and tricks that can result in superb curriculum planning for the remote teacher and yield great results for your students. Whatever your subject might be,…Read More

    2

    Jun

  • Project Management for Teachers: A How-To

    May (26-2020),braxton
    Project Management for Teachers: A How-To
    When it comes to learning, most of us have accustomed to having a focus on data retention. The problem is that it is becoming more and more of an obsolete skill in today's world. That is why project management for teachers is essential, as it gives us more tools to make our subject relevant. Through…Read More

    26

    May

  • How to Use Google Classroom as a Teacher?

    May (19-2020),braxton
    How to Use Google Classroom as a Teacher?
    While it has some downsides and may not be as full of features as some other platforms, Google Classroom is free and easy to understand. To learn how to use Google classroom as a teacher you will need to have a basic understanding of how Google Drive and Google Apps work, as well as a…Read More

    19

    May

  • Create Compelling Classroom Rules for Students

    May (12-2020),braxton
    Create Compelling Classroom Rules for Students
    Making rules is tricky. Most people, regardless if they are teachers in the classroom or politicians in the government, have a misconception that rules should prescribe the wishes of those in power. But, teachers who want to create and enforce compelling classroom rules need to understand that rules are there to describe the best way…Read More

    12

    May

  • Teacher Tools for Virtual Education: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    May (6-2020),braxton
    Teacher Tools for Virtual Education: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
    Even for experienced teachers, the problems with teaching remotely are something completely new. The sets of teacher tools that we are used to having are now changed to working online with programs and applications we might not be as accustomed to. But, where some see a problem, you should see an opportunity. Switching to online…Read More

    6

    May