Join us for the final session of this spring’s open mic webinar series.
If any of these statements could have come from your lips, join us
and get a “Grab and Go” strategy to uncover your students’ passions and develop their skills.
“I’ve got to keep the kids engaged right to the end.”
“Parents are asking me for ways to keep the learning going over the summer.”
“I’m afraid that #learnfromhome is still in our future. I need some fresh ways for kids to follow their own interests AND stick with the curriculum–so I can be the best version of me next year.”
and add some passion and genius hour to your teaching repertoire.
Continue reading Want to Prevent Summer Melt? Put Some Passion Into It.
Q: How do I design virtual assignments that get my kids working together?
A: Teachers have answers…and they’re “steppin’ to the mic” to share them. Join us for “Grab and Go” strategies for your classroom.
Join us for Session 4 in our Open Mic webinar series.
and add some collaboration, interaction, and FUN to boost your online teaching repertoire and increase student participation.
Continue reading “I want the learning to be social.”
There are two questions we keep hearing from teachers:
How do I reach every learner?
How do I plan lessons and activities that require students to work collaboratively?
Teachers have answers…and they’re “steppin’ to the mic” to share them. Join us for “Grab and Go” strategies for your classroom.
Register now if you’re determined to provide powerful online learning experiences to:
- English Language Learners
- Students with IEPs and other special needs
- Students with limited access to technology
- Students experiencing depression, trauma, or a lack of motivation
if you’ve been wondering how to design assignments and activities that require students to work together–and from a distance.
Continue reading Coronavirus Rx for Ed Open Mic Sessions 3 and 4
You Might Be Asking:
How do you keep your students focused, motivated, and engaged when assignments are optional and “class” is online?
Collaborate. Share. Ask. Validate. From a safe distance:-)
Continue reading Coronavirus Rx for Ed Session 2: Generating Engagement and Motivation when Learning is Online–and Sometimes Optional
…you’re being pulled in all directions: be flexible, be creative, be resilient, support students and families (take care of yours), and be a masterful online teacher.
You Might Be Asking:
What’s an educator to do in this Coronavirus moment with a whole new set of demands?
Collaborate. Share. Ask. Validate. From a safe distance.
Continue reading Coronavirus Rx for Ed Session 1: A Live Webinar Series and Educator Community to Keep the Learning Going
Changes Take Effect January 16th, 2020
Join for as little as $2/month
(Update: Due to urgent teacher need in the context of Coronavirus school cancellations, TeachersConnect is now payment-optional.)
Like all great teachers, we know it’s important to pause for a few minutes each day to just listen–to students, to colleagues, to family. As 2019 rolled into 2020, we paused and listened–to you–as you described in interviews, emails, and surveys what you love about TeachersConnect. Here’s what you shared: Continue reading TeachersConnect to Become a Paid Membership Community
Better Together – an exclusive video from TeachersConnect on what it means to “get better” as a teacher. Star teacher video blogger, La Tawnya Robinson, has gathered a funny, thoughtful and deeply insightful crew of new and experienced K-12 teachers from around the country. Take a peek at these teachers as they describe:
Continue reading Better Together: When Teachers Collaborate Students Win
We’ve noticed that Bridget has been a rockstar community member in recent weeks. She started an engaging conversation about music in the classroom, asked a great question about reciprocal accountability, and shared photos of an end-of-year letter-writing activity she conducted this spring. We wanted you to have a chance to learn more about what got her to where she is today, the work she does, and what she’s passionate about – so we had Kristen Fraine, our Community Coordinator and fellow teacher, interview her.
Continue reading Congrats to Bridget Monagle, our Teacher Spotlight honoree!
Congrats to Cindy Arevalo, our May Teacher Spotlight honoree!
Cindy is a high school English teacher in Glen Burnie, MD and has been an outstanding member of our community. We wanted everyone to have a chance to know more about what got her to where she is today, the work she does, and what she’s passionate about – so we had Kristen Fraine, our Community Coordinator and fellow teacher, interview her to learn more.
Here’s a look at an interview we did with Cindy – and a question we have for you all to jump in on at the end:
Continue reading Spotlight Teacher: Cindy Arevalo
Congrats to Joy Kirr, our April Teacher Spotlight honoree!
Joy has been an outstanding member of the community, and we wanted you to have a chance to know more about Joy, her work, her worries, and her passion.