This edWebinar will demonstrate some applications used for live streaming and podcasting, which can increase communication and engagement in the classroom.
In this edWebinar, school administrator Shannon Holden demonstrates all the ways teachers can utilize their smartphones in the classroom.
Bad behavior is a snowball effect—it grows and grows until it can’t be stopped. If teachers don’t have a system in place for addressing that behavior from the beginning of the year, they will appear to have a lack of credibility and authority. In his recent edWebinar, Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal of Republic Middle School in Missouri, went over essentials for setting the school year up for success by starting out on the right foot.
In this edWebinar, teacher coach and administrator Shannon Holden shows teachers how to immediately squash behavioral flare-ups among students during class.
In this edWebinar, middle school administrator Shannon Holden shows how to leverage all the resources at your disposal to effectively eliminate discipline problems and manage your class the correct way.
The most important time of the school year is the first ten days. Unfortunately, many early career teachers learn the hard way that being unprepared can lead to months of frustration. Join veteran teacher and administrator Shannon Holden as he describes practices, habits, and procedures to set the tone for a successful school year for any teacher!
The most nerve-racking phase of a novice educator’s life is the transition from college student to student-teacher, to teacher. Taking lessons learned in the college setting and applying them in their new “real-world” situation can be a source of confusion and frustration. Join New Teacher Coach Shannon Holden as he gives tips, tricks, and practical advice to help new teachers launch their year – and career – the right way.
Novice teachers struggle in differentiating their instruction for special education students. Most new teachers can remember their “Students With Special Needs” course in college, and being aware that there would be special education students in their classroom. They are not, however, prepared for the reality of how many special education students they would have, and the severity of their disabilities.
Join new teacher coach Shannon Holden as he reveals a list of powerful online educational resources all teachers need to bookmark and keep handy for future use.
The question now is not “where can I find help?” but “how can I quickly curate all of the resources available to find the best help for me and my students?” The options can be overwhelming!