Session 3<br />Diego Hernandez<br />Fulbright ETA Training<br />June 21-22, 2010<br />
Doug Lemov<br />Teach Like a Champion<br />
Doug Lemov<br />Concrete techniques for classroom procedures<br />Written for a K-12 audience, but some are useful for adu...
Building Character and Trust<br />Technique 43: Positive Framing<br />Assume the best<br />Plausible anonymity<br />Narrat...
Building Character and Trust<br />Technique 45: Warm/Strict<br />Be both at the same time (“Because I care about your lear...
Building Character and Trust<br />Technique 49: Normalize Error<br />Neither chasten nor excuse wrong answers: emphasize f...
Building Character and Trust<br />Consider what specific behavioral traits you want students to exhibit in your class<br /...
Variety<br />Modeling<br />Comes first<br />Don’t present something without asking the students to discover it for themsel...
Homework<br />Critical read of Doug Lemov chapters in your folder<br />Advantages of this approach<br />Shortcomings of th...
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Session 3

  1. 1. Session 3<br />Diego Hernandez<br />Fulbright ETA Training<br />June 21-22, 2010<br />
  2. 2. Doug Lemov<br />Teach Like a Champion<br />
  3. 3. Doug Lemov<br />Concrete techniques for classroom procedures<br />Written for a K-12 audience, but some are useful for adults as well<br />
  4. 4. Building Character and Trust<br />Technique 43: Positive Framing<br />Assume the best<br />Plausible anonymity<br />Narrate the positive<br />
  5. 5. Building Character and Trust<br />Technique 45: Warm/Strict<br />Be both at the same time (“Because I care about your learning, your grade will suffer as a result of tardiness.”)<br />Behavior is bad, not people<br />Always explain why you’re doing something: students will tune out unless they know what’s coming<br />
  6. 6. Building Character and Trust<br />Technique 49: Normalize Error<br />Neither chasten nor excuse wrong answers: emphasize fixing the wrongness<br />Recognize mistakes and ask the rest of the class to help out<br />When the right answer is arrived at, make sure the class as a whole understands how it was arrived at<br />
  7. 7. Building Character and Trust<br />Consider what specific behavioral traits you want students to exhibit in your class<br />Respect for peers, diligence, etc.<br />How will you tease this behavior out of your students?<br />Think of concrete examples in your group<br />
  8. 8. Variety<br />Modeling<br />Comes first<br />Don’t present something without asking the students to discover it for themselves first<br />Controlled practice<br />Free practice<br />
  9. 9. Homework<br />Critical read of Doug Lemov chapters in your folder<br />Advantages of this approach<br />Shortcomings of this approach: what might not work? Why? Are his situations realistic?<br />

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