This week, Matt and Courtney discuss our recent conversations with teachers, and what comes up a lot is them asking "am I doing this right?". Try things out, and adjust them if it isn't working! More tips as brilliant as that in the latest episode. Follow us @plearnmc, @belolanc, and @eatsleepstats, and on Facebook at Personalized Learning with Matt & Courtney.
Come visit us at iNACOL in Orlando October 23-25, and shoutout to @jessxbo in the middle of this episode!
This week, Matt & Courtney continue their series on making content relevant for learners. We talk about giving learners voice in the input and output, and how we could do that in the classroom starting NOW.
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This week, Matt and Courtney talk about making those old familiar topics more relevant for your learners. Perhaps it's a topic you always do, or it's an important date in history (i.e. 9-11, Pearl Harbor Day, 11-22-63, etc), but learners don't have a context for it. Put it into context for them, make it real, using some of the tips we talk about today.
We are all wound up, as we have been invited by iNACOL to their annual Symposium ( www.inacol.org ) to be their podcaster! If you are attending, please come and see us and get on the podcast, and if you aren't going - well, why not? Register at their website - it's in Orlando in October, for gosh sake!
Also, we have a new(ish) website, at www.plearnmc.com and follow us on Twitter @plearnmc , and NOW ON INSTAGRAM @PLearnMC !
This week, Matt and Courtney talk about the beginning of school and how we introduce things to kids.
The First Days of School, by Harry Wong
The First Six Weeks of School, by Paula Denton and Roxanne Kriete
(make sure to listen to hear how we recommend you use them!)
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