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Fishbowl: Students Assessing Each Other's Work
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in Aligning Standards, Curriculum, and Assessment (New York, NY: Teachers Network, 2001), 5 mins
After having success using action research to examine his teaching, Matt Wayne decided to have his students use the action research process to improve their learning. By participating in a 'fishbowl' exercise, this process enables the students to take responsibility for their learning, to engage in critical thinki...
in Aligning Standards, Curriculum, and Assessment (New York, NY: Teachers Network, 2001), 5 mins
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Cinderella: A New Teacher’s Tale
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directed by Carole Rosen; produced by Carole Rosen (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 7 mins
This video follows an elementary school teacher as she discusses challenges faced by new teachers and how professional development by veteran teachers, such as Teachers Network online courses, enabled her to better prepare for success.
directed by Carole Rosen; produced by Carole Rosen (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 7 mins
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Strategies for Secondary Classroom Management
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produced by Carole Rosen; in Classroom Management (Secondary) (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 1 min
Kellie Woodson reviews her strategies for high school classroom management: be on time, come prepared, submit all homework, remain seated during class, no side conversations, raise your hands, and no hall passes during class.
produced by Carole Rosen; in Classroom Management (Secondary) (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 1 min
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Collaborative Planning for Block Scheduling
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produced by Claudia Mogel and Carole Rosen (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 19 mins
This video follows a team of teachers in a high school math department as they demonstrate how to collaboratively plan ways to most effectively motivate students and teach a shared math curriculum.
produced by Claudia Mogel and Carole Rosen (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 19 mins
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Getting Kids to Read: View From a Class of English Language Learners
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directed by Carole Rosen; produced by Carole Rosen (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 18 mins
The video follows a high school teacher as she demonstrates how to effectively guide a class of English Language Learners to explore literary genres and encourage them to strengthen their English skills through a fondness for reading.
directed by Carole Rosen; produced by Carole Rosen (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 18 mins
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How Are You Smart?: A Teaching Method for At-Risk Students
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directed by Carole Rosen; produced by Carole Rosen (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 10 mins
The video follows a high school teacher at a second opportunity high school as she takes us through her innovative approach to education, demonstrating ways to instill academic confidence in students by addressing individual learning styles and strengths.
directed by Carole Rosen; produced by Carole Rosen (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 10 mins
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How Teachers and Administrators Can Collect, Sort, and Distribute Online Data Using Collaborative Google Forms
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(New York, NY: Teachers Network), 12 mins
This instructional video discusses how teachers and administrators can collect, sort, and distribute online data using collaborative Google forms.
(New York, NY: Teachers Network), 12 mins
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How Teachers Can Promote Effective Classroom Management and Student Accountability Using Online Grade Books
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(New York, NY: Teachers Network, 2010), 9 mins
This screencast demonstrates how to use an online grade book, such as Simple Grades, in order to make students increasingly responsible and accountable for their own learning and to help teachers manage overall classroom performance. Online grade books are effective tools for all grade levels.
(New York, NY: Teachers Network, 2010), 9 mins
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How to Annotate and Share Research Using Online Social Bookmarking
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(New York, NY: Teachers Network), 5 mins
This screencast demonstrates how to use social bookmarking sites, such as Diigo, to organize, annotate, and share websites. Using Diigo, teachers and students can highlight text on websites, add online “sticky notes,” and share these annotated sites with each other. Teachers and students can also create groups...
(New York, NY: Teachers Network), 5 mins
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How to Promote Literacy Using Interactive Multimedia With Students in the Elementary Grades
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(New York, NY: Teachers Network), 8 mins
This screencast demonstrates how students can create online original artwork, pictures, animated movies, stories, and more using Kerpoof.com. This web-based kid-friendly interactive multimedia site allows students to share their work collaboratively with others in a safe environment. While designed primarily for t...
(New York, NY: Teachers Network), 8 mins
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