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Helping Students Use Their Resources

Helping Students Use Their Resources

Helping Students Use Their Resources

Ms Allison Venuto
Ms Allison Venuto
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

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Launch date: 29 Jul 2016
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Last updated: 15 Nov 2020

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Mrs Deann Otis (29 Jun 2020)
I teach technology so I depend heavily on my calendar and can share with my students. Great information.
Mrs Elizabeth Dingle M.Ed. (25 Jun 2020)
Very insightful presentation on teaching students about forward planning, using resources within the school/community, model expectations, and the use of digital/electronic tools for planning.
Ms Ronda Dixon (21 Apr 2020)
For secondary education

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Description

Tired of hearing "when is this due," or "I can't find that?" This course will offer tips on how to help students better use their resources to become more successful, independent learners. From creating a calendar to backwards planning assignments, the tips can be implemented quickly in your classroom.

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Classroom Management
Ms Allison Venuto

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Ms Allison Venuto
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

A native Texan, graduate of Baylor University (BS in Education) and Southern Methodist University (MA in Conflict Resolution), Allison has always been fascinated by systems organizing. Throughout her career, she has constantly sought out ways to make the classroom and school more efficient. She started Ducks In a Row in 2011 as a way to channel her passion for organizing and to empower others to regain time for themselves, reduce stress, and enjoy life-giving pursuits.

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Mrs Deann Otis (29 Jun 2020)
I teach technology so I depend heavily on my calendar and can share with my students. Great information.
Mrs Elizabeth Dingle M.Ed. (25 Jun 2020)
Very insightful presentation on teaching students about forward planning, using resources within the school/community, model expectations, and the use of digital/electronic tools for planning.
Ms Ronda Dixon (21 Apr 2020)
For secondary education
Ms Serenity Vulgamore (25 Jul 2019)
Geared toward high school but allows you to think of ways to apply it to younger
Allison Dunlap (13 Jun 2019)
Good reminders on how to break down expectations and help students stay organized and able to use resources to help them succeed.
Mrs Carol Horton (31 May 2019)
Great tips to better prepare students for success.
Shelia Slider (27 Feb 2019)
This course is geared towards middle and high school students, but some of the ideas could be utilized in the elementary classes as well. If we teach our students to be more organized at a young age it will benefit them throughout their whole life.
Shana Tinnian (30 Dec 2018)
Not really useful for elementary age groups.
Marissa Gonzales (2 Dec 2018)
I think this was a very informative. It gives a lot of quick ideas to help teach students how to be successful and independent learners. We often forget that students don't always come to class knowing how to be independent or knowing what resources they have to answer their questions.
Mrs Martha McMillan (27 Nov 2018)
I found of the information useful.
Tarja Fowler (9 Aug 2018)
I got some ideas to implement in my classroom like online syllabus.
Mrs Mary Simmons (26 Jul 2018)
Very good refresher. Pointer about mini-deadlines will be useful for students and for ME!
Katherine Green (3 Jun 2018)
Geared towards secondary students.
Carolyn Mackey (24 Apr 2018)
I think this information is would be very helpful to new teachers.
David Taylor (29 Mar 2018)
Good
Kathleen Evans (26 Mar 2018)
Thank you, it was helpful!
Ms Christina Ford (19 Jan 2018)
Excellent tips for students and adults!
Rupali Sehgal (19 Jan 2018)
Very Informative
Lisa Jones (27 Dec 2017)
Helpful information!
Mrs Araceli Hernandez (2 May 2017)
I would love to offer this class for the students I work with that have autism. I believe it would be beneficial to all students in preparation for high school and college courses.
David Cole (30 Apr 2017)
Potentially helpful tips
Susan McCool (15 Apr 2017)
Good tips!
Mrs Sondra Coleman (10 Apr 2017)
I am a para professional but these tips will help me with the children I work with. I will be glad to share the information I have learned.
Mrs Courtney Davis (18 Dec 2016)
I love this! I teach kinder, but even at that level, I want them to be able to figure out the info without me repeating it 21 times. Instead of web pages and online syllabi, mine is in the form of colorful pictures :D

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