begin with the end in mind, AKA backward design
Common Core and 504
ELL, STEM, and IEP are not absentee (But if they were, you’d have to let them make up the work, for sure.)
collaborate and debate
Claim retired, and its replacement is assertion; try teaching that to little persons.
will point you in the right (write?) direction
facilitate with fidelity; provide actionable feedback . . . (but don’t call in sick unless you’re having a heart attack)
Is your summative assessment warm or cold? (Grab a blanket–so we’re told.)
flip the classroom; personalize learning (to get their brains churning)
What’s the objective?
Does it align with the standards?
How does the curriculum get them college and career ready?
One to one.
The kids still find it boring.
And by week’s end, the only buzz words we care about are Tito’s, tequila, and Tanqueray (with honorable mentions to happy hour and chardonnay).