When is the Right Time in Teaching to…?

Jeffrey KubiakAdministration, Blog, Class Management, Engagement, Innovation, Lesson Planning

In This Post: Deciding when you should, and shouldn’t, discuss controversial topics with students. Is it ever the right time for test prep? Putting on your #GritBritches and sticking your neck out for awesomeness! When is the right time to…? Such an ever-present question, right? Have you ever found yourself wondering, “Is now a good time to discuss ____?” or … Read More

3/21/19 – From Compliance to Empowerment – Amy Fast (@FastCrayon)

Tiffany OttMasteryChat Questions - PAST

#Mastery Chat Questions for Thursday, March 21st, 2019 Topic: From Compliance to Empowerment Moderator: Amy Fast (@FastCrayon) Questions (8:00 ET) Intro/Welcome: Welcome to #MasteryChat! I’m so excited to be here with you all tonight. Introduce yourself and tell us about a moment when you felt empowered! (8:05 ET) Q1 What sort of work or tasks do you do as an educator out … Read More

Teachers Killing the Flexible Seating Game

Rae HughartBlog, Class Management, Engagement, Lesson Planning

In This Post Celebrate the educators putting themselves out on social media to inspire & motivate others to find their own flexible seating style. Follow these flexible seating educators. Give a shout out to show your appreciation to other educators doing incredible things in their classrooms. All over the country, teachers are talking about flexible seating. It’s in our news … Read More

Top 6 Ways to Mess up Flexible Seating in Your Classroom

Rae HughartBlog, Class Management, Innovation, Lesson Planning

6 Ways to Mess Up Flexible Seating In Your Classroom

Oh No! Don’t mess up your flexible seating game! In This Post: Sometimes we can get too excited about a new initiative and jump in too quickly. Consider these 6 mistakes to avoid when implementing flexible seating in your classroom. Not having enough seats, focusing too much on quantity, and not communicating with stakeholders are just a few of the … Read More