Dr. Lodge McCammon discusses flipped classrooms and how to incorporate this modeling-based idea into professional learning. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBAmcveOnIM&feature=youtu.be I believe that walk and talk is a wonderful idea. I teach in a high school building and our building is on the same campus as our middle school building. Nearly every day the middle school has classes… Continue reading Let’s Walk and Talk
Being comfortable with being uncomfortable means that you are willing to experience change, take some risks, learn something new, or to try a different way of doing something. As teachers, I think we experience being uncomfortable in a variety of ways pretty frequently. I’m a high school teacher so I am always learning something new… Continue reading Being comfortable with being uncomfortable
The OCSB video showed footage from a teacher-led professional learning session. It was highlighted several times throughout the video that this opportunity allowed teachers to express their needs and ask for assistance, to share the ideas or knowledge that they had, and to have a hands-on approach to their continued learning. In thinking about this… Continue reading Collaborating
The videos this week hit home for me. I enjoy telling stories just as much as I enjoy hearing them. I like telling a story and seeing people’s reactions, and I also like hearing my colleagues or my students share a story with me that they are excited about. Telling a story is an effective… Continue reading Promoting Alternative PL
(image retrieved from lewisboe.com) It’s always been a running a joke among my colleagues and I that none of us would ever want to give a presentation to a room full of teachers. We always have to-do lists, we never have free time, we always needs to speak with a colleague about a student, we… Continue reading What really works when it comes to PD?