Category Archives: Productivity
Creative people make decisions. Lots of them. The more decisions, the more creative. How do many creative people generate brilliant, unique ideas in a short period of time? What if we could harness this power? Read on and find out! Pre-session Survey Ask me a question with Google Forms What would you like to learn from this workshop? TPEP (DanielsonContinue reading “Creativity=Decisions”
Who Cares? – Getting Students Engaged!
Pre-session Survey Ask me a question with Google Forms What would you like to learn from this workshop? TPEP (Danielson format) Survey (Optional) Take Session TPEP Prioritization Agenda Survey What domains and components would you like highlighted through this workshop? Post-session Survey Please fill in the What Works and What Doesn’t Google Form Here is a another version ofContinue reading “Who Cares? – Getting Students Engaged!”
Your Future Success Revealed with Marshmallows?
“…a seemingly simple experiment devised by Walter Mischel to test will power: put a kid in a room with a marshmallow, and tell her if she can resist eating it for 15 minutes, she can have 2 marshmallows. It turns out the kids who could wait were much more likely to be successful as adults.Continue reading “Your Future Success Revealed with Marshmallows?”
Taming The Internet
There is so much ‘stuff’ on the Internet. How do you find good material for class? Once found, how do you organize it? Come see how! Documents for This Workshop Doug Johnson’s A Framework for Teaching and Technology Doug Johnson’s Teacher Evaluations and Technology Artifacts and Evidence Danielson-Rubrics-by-criteria Warm Up Joe Canada Key and Peele TeachingCenterContinue reading “Taming The Internet”