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Elementary Teachers are welcome to attend and get tips on your first formal evaluation!
How to rock your first Eval!
Carla Urquhart- 2nd Grade Teacher
Jordan West- 5th Grade Teacher
Do's and Don't on every evaluation: http://safeshare.tv/v/XyO635BBySM
Remind your students to participate and be on their best behavior
Give a short break and incorporate movement
Treat every day as if you were getting observed
Love your students as if they were your own!
Do's and Don't on every evaluation:
Change your classroom structure
Threaten students about admins coming in
Be afraid to implement consequences (reward removal)
Stress out if something goes wrong!
Planning and Preparing for Lessons
Review the lesson completely before you teach it
Introduce the concept early in the week, especially if it is new.
Have an anchor chart or visual
Incorporate visual technology to begin the lesson (Brain Pop, video, Discovery Ed)
Demonstrating Value and Respect for All Students
Use a tool to randomize when students are called on (Popsicle Sticks, Decide now app, Dojo)
Turn and talk
Create an environment where students feel comfortable giving an answer, even if it's incorrect!
Identifying Critical Information and Reviewing Content
Use real world information and explain why this content is important
Let students know when information is critical
Incorporate time to use learning goals and scales in your every day teaching