10 Teaching Strategies for Amazing Learning in May

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The #LastBell movement on Twitter and in the blogosphere is designed to encourage teachers to treat May like it’s September–or to help them employ teaching strategies that inspire learning until the end of the school year. Until the last bell.

Co-moderator of #LastBell Jennifer Hogan facilitated an insightful chat recently for Hack Learning, in which she and some brilliant educators hacked the end of the school year. Here, we feature some of the amazing strategies teachers shared for teaching to the last bell and continuing learning even in May.

10 Teaching Strategies for Amazing Learning in May

1 – Use Skype to cross barriers


2 – Give students autonomy

 

3 – Turn goal setting into a project


4 – Teach students to build a class library

 

5 – Assemble and celebrate learning

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6 – Make research fun

 

7 – Teach kids finance (we need to start this early)

 

8 – Turn students into videographers

 

9 – Build a culture of kindness (we need this one year round)

 

10 – Teach kids to value the future

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Author: Mark Barnes

Mark Barnes is a longtime educator and the Founder of Times 10, which produces the popular Hack Learning Series, the uNseries, and other books for teachers and learners. To connect with Mark follow @markbarnes19 on Twitter.

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