Video of the Day: The Recipe for Getting Kids to Do What You Asked « Teach Like a Champion

How to get students to do what you asked:

1)      Give a clear, concise direction. (What to do)

2)      Stand where you can clearly see whether they do it. (Radar: “Pastore’s Perch)

3)      Watch to see whether they do it. (Radar: Scan/swivel)

4)      Use non-verbals actions to make it clear to students that you are watching for their follow through—that you see and care if they do it. (Be Seen Looking Dance Moves)

via Video of the Day: The Recipe for Getting Kids to Do What You Asked « Teach Like a Champion

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