Being a high school science teacher has taught me many things about teaching and learning; however, it’s impossible to know, or do, it all. That’s why I’d like to highlight some of the great ideas I’ve come across in other teachers’ classrooms that I’ve seen in my time as an instructional coach for PreK-12th grade classrooms.
This blog series is meant to give you some ideas for your classroom or school, inspire your over-the-summer planning, and showcase what some talented teachers are doing with their students. This blog series will be prefixed with ASCC: in the title and feature a different classroom idea each week.
These lesson features provide actionable use cases for technology integration, project-based learning, and more. They come from a variety of disciplines and grade levels of classrooms, but they all have one thing in common. You can take something away from them for your classroom or school!
So over the summer, you can plan to see a different classroom teacher’s lesson featured for 12 weeks. These are all teachers with whom I’ve worked over the years in my role as an instructional coach in the Grosse Pointe Public Schools. They graciously agreed to share some of their work and their classrooms through blogging. I found all of it powerful for my professional learning, and I trust you will too.
Enjoy. Share. Learn.
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