Professional Development Resources: PODCAST/VIDEO

Classroom Teaching with Mark Smilowitz: The Three Ingredients of Learning

The Three Ingredients of Learning – 005 – For effective learning to happen, a unit should include three main ingredients: facts, skills, and concepts. Here’s... Read more

Classroom Teaching with Mark Smilowitz: Helping Students Get Organized

Helping Students Get Organized – 004 – Students often have problems keeping track of all their “stuff”, and their disorganization can kill a well prepared... Read more

Classroom Teaching with Mark Smilowitz: Fostering Student Questions

Fostering Student Questions – 003– How do we teach our students to become independent learners? One way is to teach them the art of... Read more

Classroom Teaching with Mark Smilowitz: LEAST Classroom Management

LEAST Classroom Management – 002 – The LEAST method of classroom management helps teachers avoid disrupting their own classes and encourages students to take responsibility for... Read more

Classroom Teaching with Mark Smilowitz: Goals and Objectives

Goals and Objectives – 001 – A discussion on the difference between goals and objectives, and which one teachers should focus on, day-to-day. 17... Read more
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