Overcoming the Fear of Mastery Learning (video)

Tiffany OttBlog, Competency Based Learning, Innovation, Mastery Learning, Self-Paced Learning, Video

Overcoming the Fear of Mastery Learning - Video

Is fear stopping you from implementing mastery learning in your classroom? Full transcript below video. Video Transcript Hey guys! Tiffany Ott here, and today we are going to talk about a super duper important topic. Fear. Now, I’m not talking about fear in our students, we have a lot of strategies for dealing with that, right. So test anxiety, tons … Read More

Motivating Students with Creative Curriculum Using the 5 Senses (video)

Rae HughartBlog, Lesson Planning, Mastery Learning, Survival, Teach Further, Video

Motivating Students with Creative Curriculum Using the 5 Senses - Video

How can we motivate students with creative curriculum? Full transcript below video. Video Transcript Hey guys it’s Rae and I am really excited that we are talking about creativity in the classroom to start engaging students. Now I am totally biased, I love this topic, especially when I’m using the Teach Further model. If you haven’t heard of the Teach … Read More

5 Ways to Use Video to Increase Student Engagement

Tiffany OttBlog, Innovation, Technology, Video

5 ways to use video to increase student engagement

Increase Student Engagement Using Video Full transcript below video. Video Transcript Hey guys, it’s Tiffany and I’m here to talk to you about how you can increase student engagement with video. So we’re at this really interesting moment in history where the world of technology and the world of education are colliding in some really wonderful and exciting ways. One … Read More

Why Your Staff Hates Meetings (video)

Chad OstrowskiBlog, Video

Why Your Teachers Hate Meetings (video)

Why Your Staff Hates Meetings Full transcript below video. Video Transcript Hey guys! Today I’m going to talk about something that we all think about, and that is why you or your staff might hate staff meetings. I’m going to give you four reasons that you can think about, make adjustments for, hopefully make your next staff meeting a little … Read More