The Eduprotocol Field Guide Book 1: 16 Student-Centered Lesson Frames For Infinite Learning Possibilities
  • The Eduprotocol Field Guide Book 1: 16 Student-Centered Lesson Frames For Infinite Learning Possibilities
  • The Eduprotocol Field Guide Book 1: 16 Student-Centered Lesson Frames For Infinite Learning Possibilities
ISBN: 194644460X
EAN13: 9781946444608
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 10, 2018
Pages: 272
Dimensions: 0.62" H x 10" L x 8" W
Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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5
   Transforming my classroom while saving my sanity!
I have been so grateful to have started the eduprotocols at the beginning of the year. I taught a combination class of the third and fourth graders. In my class, transitioning to transformational and paper-free was digital. Higher Thinking Skills were demonstrated in every eduprotocol. This year I was given a lot of money, but was assigned to teach a new school. 300th grade with 2nd graders. Can I do this with small children? Will they be able to learn the process of thinking? What is loss of learning? KILLED SUCCESSOR : They have adapted and showed resilience and now ask for eduprotocols to show what they know! They have become collaborators, creators, communicators with a purpose! I am positive that eduprotocols made me a better teacher and students have learned to work smarter, not harder.
 
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   Engaging students in a virtual classroom environment
This book is full of practical activities to deepen the learning of students. It supports Magana's work, as outlined in the book Disruptive Classroom Technologies. As a former AVID teacher and district director as well as a practitioner of Marzano, I appreciate the array of educational practices shared in this book. I have participated in the first cohort of students enrolled in T3 EduProtocols training and highly recommend the training and this book to any teacher or educational leader who is seeking strategies to engage students in a distance learning format. I am now using some of these strategies in virtual professional development to engage teachers, to introduce them to the notion of student engagement in an online classroom.
 
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   A must have for the modern teacher
At the beginning of this school year, my principal mentioned a book he'd heard on Twitter about. After testing it out, I purchased it here on Amazon. They loved it! As we moved through the year, we tried a few of the protocols several times. A year later, I use the book to plan a lot of my year and also to study independent modules. I went through until I saw something that I liked and just went with it. Lastly, it has been really great to know the authors via Twitter interactions and face-to-face in conference settings. I can 't wait for book 2 to arrive.
 
5
   Eduprotocols For The Win
I tried Eduprotocols last year and got a lesson. It did not go as well as I liked, but Jon and Marlena are super helpful with ideas. I started off slow, used Jon and Marlena's ideas and never looked back. Eduprotocols changed my teaching students, who were collaborating, creating, sharing and learning from each other. It helped me gain 3 additional weeks of teaching time in my 7th grade class. Eduprotocols changed my life planning easier, feedback was easier and I was able to have a life at home. I recommend Eduprotocols to anyone who is looking to change their teaching and class culture.
 
5
   Challenge your students with the content, not yourself.
Definitely recommend this book to anyone who feels like they are missing some structure to utilizing tech in the classroom. It will challenge me so much time back to my students and give them in far more ways than a textbook or school's adopted curriculum assignments could. I taught over the summer and used it with a young girl who is not a fan of school. I used the eduprotocols with her for reading and she had so much fun, she asked for more.
 
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   Lesson Frames That’s Work
I taught for 20 years and have seen many changes in the delivery of lessons. Over the years I tried many strategies, but nothing was sticky. FINALLY, Lesson Frames that I can use that remain the same while the content is interchanged. My biggest take-away is always... 1. Accelerating the Feedback Loop 2. The students know expectations 3. Student directed I have bought 2 books so far because I loaned them out and never get them back.
 
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   Highly useful strategies
High School Teacher of 5th Grade. At the end of the last school year, Bought this book. We have used many of the ice breaker activities and currently have 4 different protocols in rotation. This is a must have Website support and the authors are awesome for additional support on Twitter.
 
5
   Must have for teachers
Practical ideas for immediate use in the classroom, whether you teach elementary or secondary school. I love the relatable input of the authors and the practicality of their protocols. I teach science and technology to elementary students and this year I started my year with these ideas and look forward to using them all year long.
 
5
   A year later - STILL YES!
A year ago I wrote Jon and Marlena crush it for all T's. You teach what? Well, you will dig this book and do it the way all kids will grab! Today, fast forward to the present. I have now been a learner in a classroom as an adult and partnering with students AMAZING. I have been an administrator watching it be used at a WOW! school! The teachers who have embraced Eduprotocols to the fullest see the highest retention and engagement with students and EXCITEMENT with students. These engagement strategies that John and Marlena use are data driven, backed by science and users. You can implement any curriculum you want into the protocols, and they are so easy to push, you don 't need to be a computer guru. I am so excited to have my teachers use this guide and we can not WAIT for the second addition to arrive soon! Two thanks!
 
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