Tag: classroom management

How to See When Students Aren’t Engaged: High School

By Scott Sterling This is the final post in a series about noticing when students aren’t engaged with a lesson and what to do about it. Each installment of the series corresponds to a grade level. This week: high school. In the high school years, students undergo a metamorphosis. They

How to See When Students Aren’t Engaged: Elementary

By Scott Sterling This is the first in a series about noticing when students aren’t engaged with a lesson and what to do about it. Each installment of the series corresponds to a grade level. This week: elementary. Let’s just get this out of the way first: every student has

Changing Rules and Procedures

By Scott Sterling In the Marzano framework, Design Question 6 is all about establishing and maintaining control of a classroom. A common misconception is that classroom management is established early in the year and never has to be modified. As veteran teachers know, this is not the case. Students may

The Windows Ecosystem: An Educator’s Guide

By Scott Sterling These days, you have many choices when you are adopting technology for the classroom. However, there are really only three categories from which everything else branches: Apple, Google, and Microsoft Windows. This is the final post of a series meant to cover the ins and outs, pros

The Google Ecosystem: An Educator’s Guide

By Scott Sterling These days, you have many choices when you are adopting technology for the classroom. However, there are really only three categories from which everything else branches: Apple, Google, and Microsoft Windows. This is the second post of a series meant to cover the ins and outs, pros

The Apple Ecosystem: An Educator’s Guide

By Scott Sterling These days, you have many choices when you are adopting technology for the classroom. However, there are really only three categories from which everything else branches: Apple, Google, and Microsoft Windows. This is the beginning of a series meant to cover the ins and outs, pros and