Student Independence

Collection by Lindsay Lyons | Educator: Curriculum Design + Shared Leadership • Last updated 2 days ago

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Helping students be independent learners is critical for college and career readiness. Students will need to be lifelong learners to be able to adapt to a changing job market and world. Check out the board's instructional strategies and free teacher resources with tips for grading and writing lesson plans with differentiation in mind.

Lindsay Lyons | Educator: Curriculum Design + Shared Leadership
16 Posts to Help You Make the Most of Distance Learning. A curated list of previous posts on distance learning to support teachers in going back to school online. Check out the Time for Teachership blog post for links to 16 posts that include nine #teacherfreebies For more  instructional strategies Weekly Plan Template, Goals Template, Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Back To School Night, Going Back To School, Learning Time, Learning Spaces, Teacher Freebies

Top Tips for Distance Learning This Year

16 Posts to Help You Make the Most of Distance Learning. A curated list of previous posts on distance learning to support teachers in going back to school online. Check out the Time for Teachership blog post for links to 16 posts that include nine #teacherfreebies For more instructional strategies

16 Posts to Help You Make the Most of Distance Learning. A curated list of previous posts on distance learning to support teachers in going back to school online. Check out the Time for Teachership blog post for links to 16 posts that include nine #teacherfreebies For more  instructional strategies

Top Tips for Distance Learning This Year

16 Posts to Help You Make the Most of Distance Learning. A curated list of previous posts on distance learning to support teachers in going back to school online. Check out the Time for Teachership blog post for links to 16 posts that include nine #teacherfreebies For more instructional strategies

How Can We Build Community At a Distance? What are the activities and tools we can use to get to know our students this year even if we don’t meet in person? For some concrete community building ideas, read the Time for Teachership blog post. For more instructional strategies and teacher tips, sign up for weekly emails at bit.ly/lindsayletter Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Teacher Quotes, Teacher Hacks, Community Building Activities, School Community, Instructional Strategies, Changing Jobs, Marketing Jobs

Community Building During Distance Learning

How Can We Build Community At a Distance? What are the activities and tools we can use to get to know our students this year even if we don’t meet in person? For some concrete community building ideas, read the Time for Teachership blog post. For more instructional strategies and teacher tips, sign up for weekly emails at bit.ly/lindsayletter

Things I Learned From My Students� Reflections. Using actual feedback from my high school students, I share 3 key ideas for amplifying student engagement, Student Voice, Student Leadership, Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, High School Students, My High School, Student Work, Project Based Learning, Student Learning
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Listening to Students' Voices

Things I Learned From My Students� Reflections. Using actual feedback from my high school students, I share 3 key ideas for amplifying student engagement,

Things I Learned From My Students’ Reflections. Using actual feedback from my high school students, I share 3 key ideas for amplifying student engagement, Student Voice, Student Leadership, Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, High School Students, My High School, Student Work, Project Based Learning, Student Learning
Writing Lesson PlansWriting LessonsMy High SchoolStudent Work

Listening to Students' Voices

Things I Learned From My Students’ Reflections. Using actual feedback from my high school students, I share 3 key ideas for amplifying student engagement,

How Can We Build Community At a Distance? What are the activities and tools we can use to get to know our students this year even if we don’t meet in person? For some concrete community building ideas, read the Time for Teachership blog post. For more instructional strategies and teacher tips, sign up for weekly emails at bit.ly/lindsayletter Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Teacher Quotes, Teacher Hacks, Community Building Activities, School Community, Instructional Strategies, Changing Jobs, Marketing Jobs

Community Building During Distance Learning

How Can We Build Community At a Distance? What are the activities and tools we can use to get to know our students this year even if we don’t meet in person? For some concrete community building ideas, read the Time for Teachership blog post. For more instructional strategies and teacher tips, sign up for weekly emails at bit.ly/lindsayletter

How Can We Build Community At a Distance? What are the activities and tools we can use to get to know our students this year even if we don’t meet in person? For some concrete community building ideas, read the Time for Teachership blog post. For more instructional strategies and teacher tips, sign up for weekly emails at bit.ly/lindsayletter Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Special Education Teacher, Teacher Resources, Community Building Activities, School Community, Instructional Strategies, Changing Jobs, Student Motivation

Community Building During Distance Learning

How Can We Build Community At a Distance? What are the activities and tools we can use to get to know our students this year even if we don’t meet in person? For some concrete community building ideas, read the Time for Teachership blog post. For more instructional strategies and teacher tips, sign up for weekly emails at bit.ly/lindsayletter

Things I Learned From My Students’ Reflections. Using actual feedback from my high school students, I share 3 key ideas for amplifying student engagement, Formative Assessment Strategies, Instructional Strategies, Student Voice, Student Leadership, Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Project Based Learning, Student Learning, Improve Writing
Writing Lesson PlansWriting Lessons

Listening to Students' Voices

Things I Learned From My Students’ Reflections. Using actual feedback from my high school students, I share 3 key ideas for amplifying student engagement,

16 Posts to Help You Make the Most of Distance Learning. A curated list of previous posts on distance learning to support teachers in going back to school online. Check out the Time for Teachership blog post for links to 16 posts that include nine #teacherfreebies For more  instructional strategies Weekly Plan Template, Goals Template, Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Back To School Night, Going Back To School, Learning Time, Learning Spaces, Teacher Freebies

Top Tips for Distance Learning This Year

16 Posts to Help You Make the Most of Distance Learning. A curated list of previous posts on distance learning to support teachers in going back to school online. Check out the Time for Teachership blog post for links to 16 posts that include nine #teacherfreebies For more instructional strategies

Things I Learned From My Students’ Reflections. Using actual feedback from my high school students, I share 3 key ideas for amplifying student engagement,

Listening to Students' Voices

Things I Learned From My Students’ Reflections. Using actual feedback from my high school students, I share 3 key ideas for amplifying student engagement,

How to Create a Project-Based Rubric. A critical piece of backwards planning, a strong rubric for PBL units is necessary to clarify student expectations and promote equitable grading. To learn more and get a #teacherfreebie, check out the Time for Teachership blog post. For more ideas on curriculum design and how to work for educational equity, sign up for weekly emails at bit.ly/lindsayletter Formative Assessment Strategies, Instructional Strategies, Rubrics, Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Teacher Freebies, Teacher Resources, Curriculum Design

PBL Rubric

How to Create a Project-Based Rubric. A critical piece of backwards planning, a strong rubric for PBL units is necessary to clarify student expectations and promote equitable grading. To learn more and get a #teacherfreebie, check out the Time for Teachership blog post. For more ideas on curriculum design and how to work for educational equity, sign up for weekly emails at bit.ly/lindsayletter

Student Games for the Zoom Classroom Virtual Games For Kids, Team Games For Kids, Games To Play, Fun Games, Fun Activities, Student Games, School Games, Kindergarten Games, Classroom Games

Virtual Classroom Zoom Games

Here are 8, free, fun ways to play games on Zoom with your students! Happy Zooming Best Teacher ever! . . . #Zoom #zooming #games #familytime #distancelearning #distanceteaching #remotelearning #Virtualteacher #onlinegames #free #zoomclass #classparty #charades #trivia #boggle #bingo #education #school #teacher #elementary #middleschool #highschool #edutech #technologyforkids #iteach #homeschool

Things I Learned From My Students’ Reflections. Using actual feedback from my high school students, I share 3 key ideas for amplifying student engagement, Student Voice, Student Leadership, Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Project Based Learning, Student Learning, High School Students, Student Work, Feedback For Students
Writing Lesson PlansWriting LessonsStudent WorkFeedback For Students

Listening to Students' Voices

Things I Learned From My Students’ Reflections. Using actual feedback from my high school students, I share 3 key ideas for amplifying student engagement,

What are your 4 student-centered protocols? What are protocols? How many should I use? What purposes do they serve? Can I use them during distance learning?  Read the Time for Teachership blog post to find out. In it, I also re-share one of my #teacherfreebies on SMART Goal setting. For more ideas on curriculum design Writing Lesson Plans, Social Studies Lesson Plans, English Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Engage In Learning, Learning Process, Learning Activities, Goals Template, Smart Goal Setting

Pick Your Go-To Learning Activities

What are your 4 student-centered protocols? What are protocols? How many should I use? What purposes do they serve? Can I use them during distance learning? Read the Time for Teachership blog post to find out. In it, I also re-share one of my #teacherfreebies on SMART Goal setting. For more ideas on curriculum design

Unit Arcs Are The Backbone Of Curriculum Design. What is a unit arc? What’s an example of one? Plus, the most common question I get about unit arcs. Read the Time for Teachership blog post to get the answers. In it, I also re-share one of my #teacherfreebies -- a Backwards Planning Template. For more ideas on curriculum design Gender Equity, Curriculum Design, Teacher Freebies, Student Behavior, Project Based Learning, Positive And Negative, Teacher Quotes, Student Engagement, Classroom Management
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Design Units with a Plan

Unit Arcs Are The Backbone Of Curriculum Design. What is a unit arc? What’s an example of one? Plus, the most common question I get about unit arcs. Read the Time for Teachership blog post to get the answers. In it, I also re-share one of my #teacherfreebies -- a Backwards Planning Template. For more ideas on curriculum design

What does it mean to co-construct curricula with students? Lesson planning with students may sound intimidating, but it amplifies student engagement! To learn more Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Lesson Planning, Essay Writing, Teacher Freebies, Teacher Resources, Student Voice, Engage In Learning, Curriculum Design

Student Voice in Curriculum Design

What does it mean to co-construct curricula with students? Lesson planning with students may sound intimidating, but it amplifies student engagement! To learn more