Transform your classroom into an exciting place where all of your students, not just some of them, become immersed in meaningful and exciting projects. Inspire your students to be enthusiastic about solving the world’s problems. See them bring positive energy into your classroom every time they walk in the door. Make teaching feel effortless and make your classroom a place with laughter and fun. I’ve developed my methods using extensive feedback from my students provided anonymously at the end of the year. You’ll learn proven conventional techniques and new techniques that unlock the imagination and deep thinking inside all of your students. No need to reinvent the wheel or spend countless hours browsing on social media sites looking for ideas. Immerse your students in the world of language that surrounds them, the language of novels, stories, poems, plays, movies, conversations, emails, social media, blogs, television, and songs. Teach students how to think for themselves and appreciate the beauty and power of language.
A high school English teacher from Princeton High School in New Jersey offers two courses:
Virtual or Remote Learning for ELA Teachers
Podcasts as Literature
The Video Essay and Filmmaking
Poetry and Prosody, Rhythm and Rhyme
Short Fiction and Point of View
The Teaching of Writing
Handling the Paper Load
Inspiring a Love of Reading
Exciting and Engaging Activities
Balancing Joy and Rigor
Teaching as Performance
Flexibility and Grades
Outside the Classroom
Take a free mini course on PD for New ELA Teachers or PD for ELA Teachers.
These courses focus on making the study of literature fun, relevant, and meaningful for students. I'll describe how I encourage creativity and curiosity in my classroom. In PD for Secondary ELA Teachers, you'll be able to download 100 resources including my units on short fiction, poetry, and Hamlet a $50 value).
At the end of the course, you'll get the time to reflect and plan, and participants will receive a certificate of completion with 10 PD credit hours. Individual districts or states approve the PD credit hours.
Hi, I’m Scott Cameron and I've been teaching since 2004.
Over the years, I've discovered that it's not easy to create an engaging and fun activity for students. It's truly an art, and I find that I am most creative after a good conversation with a colleague. I started Teacher's Workshop to extend these kinds of conversations beyond the walls of our schools. Sometimes, professional development works for any teacher in any grade level or subject area. Sometimes, it's better to dive deep with teachers in your content area. Visit Teacher's Workshop to read my blog about literature and teaching and learn more.
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