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Headley_Teaching Science or Mathematics Effectively Using Technology When

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Teaching Science or Mathematics Effectively Using Technology When Roaming Laura Headley, NBCT Science and Mathematics Teacher, Andrew Jackson Middle School
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Time Management Plan for one hour of uninterrupted time per day to complete your tasks. If your class is forty seven minutes plan for sixty minutes of instruction including guided practice. Teaching requires a lot of paper work, planning time, patience, understanding, and empathy. Do not procrastinate– remember it is much better to be on top of your workload than to have your workload on top of you!
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Organization Being organized is important. An organized class gives a message that the teacher is competent and well prepared. How to organize when teaching from a cart? Check roll using a blank spreadsheet of your class and a seating chart generated from . Do not wait to log on to the computer in another teacher’s room. It takes too long. Send a list of absences to the attendance clerk via courier. The first five minutes of a class makes or breaks the class. You do not have time to sit behind a computer and log on.
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Organization Present your lesson using power point and let the steps of the problems come in with animation to keep the students attention.
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