How to you plan in regards to how long a task will take? What do you do if something takes longer than expected and you don't have time to do it another day without re-working your entire week's lesson plan?
Just want you to know your videos have given me so much relief for my future student teaching experience and overall outlook on becoming a teacher. Truly appreciate the dedication and honesty you put into them.
Chelsea Orion I teach 5th grade and while I'm working with small groups the other students are reading silently from books in their book bags. These books are at their level. It takes some training for sure and even now I have a few who struggle with independent reading.
I have enjoyed your planning videos. I teach 6th grade but in can see how many elementary school practices can transfer to the middle school classroom. I use planbook.com for lessons and I have a notebook I write what I actually accomplish during the course of the day for each class. This method helps me to plan. I have also been pre planning some this year in my planned I use while at work. I use that during our collaborative planning sessions at work so I can write down the expectations our assessment coach has for that week.
I'm rather confused why a teacher would do BOTH Planbook.com & write it all over again in physical plans. Who's got time for that?!
I'm a Special Education teacher with a self-contained room and a schedule that changes every day. Planbook.com has been a Godsend for me.
Because I am also able to write notes for each lesson (as needed), I can state duties of the various adults in the classroom.
My plans are printed daily, with each adult in the room given a copy.
I just don't get why you would repeat all the work again with handwritten plans?!
I love planbook for my lesson plans and I do have them up on my computer and reference them throughout the day. I do like having my physical plans, but they are more of just a check list for the day. I also use them throughout the week to take notes on my students, or how the lesson went, what needs to be changed, or moved around. I could do all of that on planbook, but I like having it right at my fingertips. Also, I guess it's just a preference thing. It really don't take too long at all. Maybe 5 mins or less.
I got a bachelors degree in elementary education. I'm sure if you go to your state's department of education website, it will tell you what the requirements are for your state in order to become certified to teach.
When will you begin having your student teacher plan? I assume you'll start together & let her/him take over. That's how I did it with my ST. When I was a ST, I didn't get to do any planning - a whole semester of just using a script! :(
She's actually been planning with me all week. She is already taking two small groups and she is planning for them. As she takes over the lessons she'll be teaching, she'll be doing all of the planning, with my guidance of course... if she needs it. :-) So far she is already starting to plan for science and socials studies. Eventually she will be planning the whole week.
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