When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Teach like a champion

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Teach like a champion. Get inspired and try out new things.
SLANT - Teach Like a Champion Tuesday.  Check out this FREEBIE from Teach Like a Champion

Hello! Beth and I decided it would be great to start highlighting some different strategies from the book "Teach Like a Champion". If...

How to Structure Your Classroom for Success

Champion educators are strategic in how they manage their interactions with individual students. Using the Threshold technique can help you foster a winning classroom environment.

Booklets, Rosenshine, Teach Like A Champion, and Knowledge-Rich Curriculum

Booklets are a brilliant tool in delivering an ambitious, knowledge-rich curriculum. While a curriculum can never be reduced to booklets, it can be highly codified in them and in doing so is much m…

Life in Middle School: Teach Like a Champion Week #1

Okay - since this is week 1 and there will be bugs that have to be worked out, but I thought I would go ahead and get the Book Study started...

5 Teaching ideas that will transform your classroom NOW! by Joy of Teaching at ww.mrsjoyhall.com

Here are my five favorite ideas from the book Teach Like a Champion by Doug Lemov and Norman Atkins. I highly recommend reading this book. It has quick to implement suggestions that will make a huge difference in the classroom. #5. Exit Ticket The Exit Ticket is a very short and quick way of checking …

The 49 techniques from the book Teach Like a Champion by Doug Lemov have been tested and used in the charter schools of the Uncommon Schools.

The 49 techniques from the book Teach Like a Champion by Doug Lemov have been tested and used in the charter schools of the Uncommon Schools.

what stuck with you. Love this! It is quick and easy.

It is finally spring break. I can’t tell you how long I have been counting down to this vacation. Spring break is the perfect thing to prepare me for the craziness of testing season. It is…

Assessment! Ticket Out the Door - I like the numbers so you can automatically see who hasn't turned one in.

Description I love giving the students a problem to solve or a "ticket out the door." Not only is it motivational and gets them working, it is a great way to assess learning in a quick way. I put a problem or question on the board, and the kiddos answer on a 3 x 3 sticky note. On the way out, they place the sticky on their corresponding number. Also a quick way for me to check who completed the problem as well. Check out my blog for details on how I made my poster…

Watch popular Teach like a champion videos

After reflecting on the conversation, I discovered the secret sauce that every human being wants and how I will be able to successfully teach a foreign language to the “foreign” cultures: connections... #highschool #highschoolspanish #culturallyresponsiveteaching #studentengagement #Cruzconnections #blog #spanish #foreignlanguage #buildingrelationshipswithstudents #relationshipbuilding #teacherstudentrelationships
Flow In The Classroom Made Easy!
Many people don’t realize the need of a Guru, a spiritual master, a mentor, who himself has Realized the Truth. A Guru is critical in helping us attain Enlightenment, Liberation, to understand the meaning of God. If you think you can become a champion without a teacher to teach, then yes, without a Guru, to God you can reach. Otherwise it’s impossible. If you think you can learn and become a champion, try to learn realization. Realization needs a spiritual coach, a master, a saint.
You don't have to be a memory champion like Nelson! You can improve your memory with a few simple techniques. A few tantalizing tidbits from this episode are: * Using images to remember words * Breaking down words for easier recall * Fixing fossilized errors * Using @language_drops to learn words when starting a language * Balancing revision vs learning Find out more in this week's episode of the Language Hacking Podcast with Nelson http://languagehacking.com/31