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Best Madlylearning podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Madlylearning podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Ignited Literacy is a comprehensive literacy program that uses a spiralled approach to teaching language arts in your Canadian classroom. Ignited Literacy is now available for grades 3-4, 4-5, and 5-6 and sold in Canadian dollars. A monthly payment plan is also available. It fits everything together. Stop teaching all of the parts of language arts …
 
When you think about how to assess students what might be the first thing that comes to mind. Tests.. Projects.. The tools we use to assess these tasks often include a marking scheme or a rubric. But what if the tests and projects were simply the tools we used to assess the skills students demonstrated. And...the rubrics, learning goals, success cr…
 
Did you know that there was more than one way to run your centers in your grade3-6 classroom? I have 6 different ways that you can run centers in your junior classroom. These look at two different factors in using centers. 1) Rotations 2) Groupings I have a simple matrix for you that looks at what centers look like on these continuums.…
 
When I first started looking at making my long-range plans or just trying to figure out what I needed to teach. I treated the curriculum standards like a checklist. This checklist led me to feel overwhelmed and always feeling like I was never going to get everything done. I hated that feeling. So I changed the way I looking at planning what I was g…
 
It's that time of year when we are all sitting down to write report cards. From one teacher to another I wanted to share how I sit down and tackle these to help me get these done. In this video, we talk about: - How do you organize your tasks - Strategies to turn your marking into a report card mark - How to build your comment bank…
 
I don't know about your but something tells me that I will need to be changing a few things up next week. - Students are less engaged - Parents are returning to work - The weather is hard to avoid - we all would rather be outside. So I have a plan... I am making a month-long calendar of fun and engaging ideas that kids can do at their own pace whil…
 
The pressure is on and there is an increased pressure being placed on teachers to provide synchronous learning. Never heard that word before? That's because the better way to describe this overly complicated term is live teaching. Just the thought of live teaching makes so many teachers nervous and rightly so. While there are advantages there are a…
 
One big concern with teachers right now is how to provide assessment and feedback. I wanted to share with you my mindset when it comes to providing feedback and assessment for teachers of students. There is no one way to provide quality feedback and no it doesn't need to be all about writing paragraphs in response to everything that they are doing.…
 
Right now the trend seems to be using a lot of google slides to facilitate remote learning. However, this is not the only useful format that can be used. So many people are stressed about using new tools what if I told you that there were tools that can be used that would allow you to use what you have and repurpose them for a remote learning envir…
 
In this video, I will walk you through how I have used Google slides to plan my lessons for the week. We will look at how to - Create a digital week at a glance - How to create different interactive pages that students can use or print - How to insert video lessons into your slides - How to get them from slides to google classroom. - How to set up …
 
While teaching and education is in a bit of upheaval right now. I debated about posting this or not. I created this before the break and before we were all isolated at home and social distancing. Ultimately I decided that I am going to post the video tonight simply for no other reason than it is normal for me to do so. Going forward I will be shift…
 
Do you have a split grade class and dread teaching science and social studies? Do you wonder how you will teach two grades different content at the same time? In this Episode, I share with you my 3 highly effective strategies to teach science and social studies that will help you manage teaching two grades at once. (I've also thrown in three strate…
 
Writing comes with it's own unique challenges when it comes to assessment and evaluation. In this episode, we will chat about what writing looks like in the classroom and how I work with students throughout the learning process to assess their writing both through formative and summative assessment tasks all while utilizing the triangulation of dat…
 
I was so tired of students groaning about writing time. They were uninspired and disengaged in writing. Why? Because I was the one doing all the work and they were just doing what they were told. I was taking the creativity out of a truly personal and creative process. So now I have ditched the units and use a different approach. Let's talk about m…
 
Planning language arts can be difficult and there are three things that you can avoid doing when planning out your language arts. Once you know the three things to avoid. Join me for a live indepth masterclass training as we look at How to Plan and Schedule a Highly Effective Language Arts Program. Seats are limited so to reserve you seat in one of…
 
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