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Don't Make Boring Videos For Your Students- Part 1

In Episode 7, of Rockin’ This Teacher Thing…

You hit the record button. Then fear and uncertainty start to whisper in your ear. Sure you know how to bring joy and engagement to your classroom but you’re not in your classroom. You’re in front of a camera talking to a “no one’s there” class. Is your video going to be boring? Not if you use the strategies from today’s episode. Start making videos today that bring engagement and joy to your students. – Part 1

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Looking For The Freebie? Well Here It Is!!!

In this episode, we mentioned the following freebies:

Beginner’s Guide To Instructional Videos

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Featured Resources For Teaching Students While They Are At Home:

Today’s Featured Resource:  

Why not use the world of podcasts to teach your students from home. Here’s a post (click here to see that post) on using podcasts with early primary students and a free printable to go along with the listening.  

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Angie K

Angie K

I love to help teachers create an amazing teacher life.
I've taught for 25+ years and I want to help you find joy and energy in each day.

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