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IGNITE PRESENTATION Candace Shannon

100%, Part 1. Technique 51: Radar/ Be Seen Looking. Prevent nonproductive


behavior by developing your ability to see it when it happens and by subtly
reminding students that you are looking.

Lemov, Doug. Teach Like a Champion 2.0: 62 Techniques that Put Students on the
Path to College (p. 381). Wiley. Kindle Edition.

*5.1 Create a learning environment characterized by


acceptable student behavior, efficient use of time, and
disciplined acquisition of knowledge, skills, and
understanding.
Create a class to do list that indicates the tasks that are to be completed on that
day. This helps students to stay on task.

*5.1 Create a learning environment characterized by acceptable


student behavior, efficient use of time, and disciplined
acquisition of knowledge, skills, and understanding.
Silent redirect give the student two opportunities to correct behavior. Try to do as discreet
as possible.

*5.3 Apply appropriate intervention strategies and practice to


ensure a successful learning environment.
Have a classroom intervention for group projects. This allows the teacher to redirect
the classroom as a whole. Give two opportunities to stay on task before the students
will have to work independently on the project.

*5.3 Apply appropriate intervention strategies and practice to


ensure a successful learning environment.
Provide parents with different means of contacting the teacher. Ensure parents always
have a method to contact the teacher, especially in case of emergencies .

*5.8 Communicate with parents and guardians effectively in


order to involve them as participants and partners in student
learning.
Create a newsletter that periodically informs parents of what is going on in the
classroom. Include a calendar of assignments and tests, as well as upcoming school
wide events.

*5.8 Communicate with parents and guardians effectively in


order to involve them as participants and partners in student
learning.
Technique 12: Right Is Right. When you respond to answers in class, hold out for answers
that are all-the-way right or all the way to your standards of rigor.

Lemov, Doug. Teach Like a Champion 2.0: 62 Techniques that Put Students on the Path to
College (p. 86). Wiley. Kindle Edition.

*6.1 Employ a wide range of teaching techniques to match the


intellectual, emotional, and social level of each student, and
choose alternative teaching strategies and materials to achieve
different curricular purposes.
Technique 13: Stretch It. Reward right answers with harder questions.

Lemov, Doug. Teach Like a Champion 2.0: 62 Techniques that Put Students on the Path
to College (p. 86). Wiley. Kindle Edition.

*6.1 Employ a wide range of teaching techniques to match the


intellectual, emotional, and social level of each student, and
choose alternative teaching strategies and materials to achieve
different curricular purposes.
Create closed notes with a word bank that shows the English and the students first language
translation to aide the student make connections. These notes would be the same as the ones
the other students receive but the addition of the translations

*6.2 Design and/or modify standards-based instruction in


response to diagnosed student needs, including the needs of
exceptional learners and English language learners.
In small groups, allow exceptional learners to teach content to other students, allow them
the challenge of engaging other students as well as hearing different perspectives on
content to increase their own critical thinking skills

*6.2 Design and/or modify standards-based instruction in


response to diagnosed student needs, including the needs of
exceptional learners and English language learners.
If using assistive technology, make sure that the technology is set up for the student prior
to class to allow students to participate.

*6.3 Utilize his/her understanding of educational disabilities


and giftedness and their effects on student learning in order to
individualize instruction for these students.
100%, Part 4: Firm Calm Finesse Take steps to get compliance without conflict by
establishing an environment of purpose and respect and by maintaining your own poise.

Lemov, Doug. Teach Like a Champion 2.0: 62 Techniques that Put Students on the Path to
College (p. 403). Wiley. Kindle Edition.

*6.3 Utilize his/her understanding of educational disabilities


and giftedness and their effects on student learning in order to
individualize instruction for these students.
Create a social media account that is solely for class use. This will allow the teacher to
send short notice information.

*7.3 Utilize technology to manage and communicate


information.
Create a website for the content area of the class. This website will have
assignments and information on the content.

*7.3 Utilize technology to manage and communicate


information.
Avoid globalizing. Saying you always do X or asking why are you always doing
Y makes the conversation about events that are no longer within a student's control
and that he or she may not even remember. This makes the issue seem bigger and less
focused on a specific action, and can make your correction feel like a gotcha.

Lemov, Doug. Teach Like a Champion 2.0: 62 Techniques that Put Students on the
Path to College (p. 441). Wiley. Kindle Edition.

*8.2 Model, and develop on the part of the students, positive


behavior and respect for the rights of others, and those moral
standards necessary for personal, family and community well-
being.
Create an atmosphere of respect. The first week of class have create about me pages that
will be displayed in the classroom for the school year. This allows students to learn about
each individual student and perhaps relate to each other better.

*8.2 Model, and develop on the part of the students, positive


behavior and respect for the rights of others, and those moral
standards necessary for personal, family and community well-
being.
Works Cited
Teach Like A Champion 2.0