North Carolina Middle School        Conference      Greensboro, NC     March 17-19, 2013
 To learn effective ways to keep teachers  awake during staff meetings To develop effective ways to make staff  meetings...
 Written by Kelly Gallagher, English teacher in Anaheim, CA, 2009 “Read-i-cide n: The systematic killing of the love of ...
 Meeting-i-cide n: The hours of torture that administrators put teachers through after they have worked all day in hopes ...
ROLLCALL
BINGO
1.   Count off 1, 2, 1, 2, etc.2.   All 1’s line up on one side and all 2’s line up on     one side.3.   All 1’s receive a...
JEOPARDY
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 Review objectives To learn effective ways to keep teachers awake  during staff meetings To develop effective ways to m...
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  1. 1. North Carolina Middle School Conference Greensboro, NC March 17-19, 2013
  2. 2.  To learn effective ways to keep teachers awake during staff meetings To develop effective ways to make staff meetings more 21st century To learn how to utilize technology to help make staff meetings more teacher centered and less administrator centered To help counteract the “sage on the stage” phenomenon
  3. 3.  Written by Kelly Gallagher, English teacher in Anaheim, CA, 2009 “Read-i-cide n: The systematic killing of the love of reading, often exacerbated by the inane, mind-numbing practices found in schools.”
  4. 4.  Meeting-i-cide n: The hours of torture that administrators put teachers through after they have worked all day in hopes that they will remember some of the information that they are told, but often forget.
  5. 5. ROLLCALL
  6. 6. BINGO
  7. 7. 1. Count off 1, 2, 1, 2, etc.2. All 1’s line up on one side and all 2’s line up on one side.3. All 1’s receive a scenario card.4. When given the cue, all 1’s will read their scenario and all 2’s will offer a solution.5. After 2’s have offered a solution, all 1’s will begin to respond to 2’s solution6. When time is called, all 2’s will move one place to the left.
  8. 8. JEOPARDY
  9. 9. www.edmodo.comClick I’m a Student, input group code 3xbenc and fill in the rest of the corresponding boxes. Be sure to click “Sign Up.”
  10. 10.  Review objectives To learn effective ways to keep teachers awake during staff meetings To develop effective ways to make staff meetings more 21st century To learn how to utilize technology to help make staff meetings more teacher centered and less administrator centered To help counteract the “sage on the stage” phenomenon
  11. 11. QUESTIONS?!?

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