Matt and Courtney give three options to start using data tomorrow in your classroom. Very short term, short term, and long term uses.
Matt and Courtney discuss all kinds of data opportunities!
Matt and Courtney talk about what personalized learning looks like for kids in secondary schools. Then, they answer a listener question about what it looks like in secondary school for teachers, and traveling teachers.
"Don't get rid of the kids!"
Matt and Courtney discuss catalogs for teacher appreciation week, gas cards, how we think of school, school boards, "we can do better", what are we doing for learners, how do we shift the language of learning?
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Matt and Courtney return! What's up with the language we talk with kids in classrooms? Are we intentional in how we talk with kids? How do we reflect and make changes to be more appropriate with what we ask of our learners?
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Matt and Courtney talk about standardized testing, and what it's good for, and what we as a country THINK it's good for. Spoiler: it's not the same thing.
Matt and Courtney talk about a day in the life of a personalized elementary classroom. What are the structures like? What are the learners doing? What is the teacher doing? Courtney talks about two different scenarios of what it looks like.
Matt and Courtney pod from a hallway in Atlantic City at #MACPL19. They talk about math, why people denigrate themselves as being "not a math person", and what you can do to change that mindset.
Matt and Courtney discuss needs assessments, and what they are good for. Are they good for... anything? If not, then what are some alternatives for them?