In Episode 26 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent talks about what you can learn from classroom observations, Hemingway, and San Francisco.
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Classroom observations are one of my secret tools to improving my teaching by leaps and bounds. Every time I’ve had the chance to sit in on another teacher’s class, I’ve learned more than I could have imagined I would have walked away with.
In this episode, I discuss learning from:
- Teacher’s Demeanor
- Teacher’s Timing
- Activity ideas
- Student Behavior
- Student Interaction
Try to talk with your colleagues to ask about swapping observation opportunities!
Hemingway is a great resource that helps you clarify your writing. It goes through your writing and looks for redundancies, superfluous wording, and other things to simplify your written word. It was covered on EdTech.tv previously here:
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