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Don't Make Boring Videos For Your Students- Part 2

In Episode 8, of Rockin’ This Teacher Thing…

Teaching effective online lessons to your students requires a different set of engagement skills.  You don’t want to make boring videos. Today we continue with the solution to boring videos. 

Using these next 3 strategies you will be making videos like a pro. Start making videos today that bring engagement and joy to your students. 

We will review the first 3 strategies from part 1 and then dive in with 3 more in today’s part 2 episode.

Hear The Episode Here

If you don't  subscribe to Apple Podcast, Stitcher or Spotify listen to Episode 8 now. 

 

Here's Part 2

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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

Featured Resources For Teaching Students While They Are At Home:

Today's Featured Resource:  

Now is the perfect time for students to engage in podcasts.

This is our FAVORITE podcast and a free printable to keep the learning structured. (A little accountability is a good thing. WINK)

Why not use the world of podcasts to teach your students from home. Here's a post (click here to see that post) 

This podcast is perfect for grades 2-5. (With help K-1 students can enjoy this podcast too.)

Click here to get your printable. 

Guest Files Illustrated
Freebie Dowload For podcasts in your classroom
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This is an ever growing list.

Check the Resource Page for all the goodies.  

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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