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Teacher & Training Tips

Here's a collection of practical tips to improve your teaching or training. You'll find ideas and blacklines to make your class or workshop more effective.

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  • 10 Reasons to Use Heterogeneous Teams
  • 12 Tips for Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • 6 Major Transparency or PowerPoint Mistakes
  • 9 Deadly Sins
  • Are You Outstanding?
  • Bad Habits and Distractions?
  • Cheers! Honor Their Effort
  • Creating a Supportive Environment through Feedback Forms
  • Creating School Community
  • Differentiated Instruction with Kagan Structures
  • Differentiating with Kagan Structures
  • Eight Quick Tips for Presenters
  • Empowering Transparencies - Are You Great at Show and Tell?
  • Enhancing Learning with Visuals
  • Enriching the Environment through Random Teams
  • Find A Partner
  • Flip Chart Tips & Tricks
  • Give Me A Signal!
  • It's Not What You Say. It's How You Say It.
  • Kagan Lesson Planning 101
  • Laugh A Little
  • Managing Multi-Step Structures
  • Managing Time
  • Mind Mapping
  • Movement, A Must!
  • Multiple Intelligences
  • Music Touches the Heart
  • Positive Closure
  • Provide Balance: Novelty & Routines
  • Questions About Questions
  • Random Teams Rock
  • Same-Side Chat
  • Slates Are Great!
  • Take Time to Process
  • Teambuilders, Classbuilders, and Brain Breaks Before You Sit
  • The Bodily/Kinesthetic Learner
  • The Essential Role of the Recorder
  • The Freeze
  • The Kagan Parent Letter Home
  • The Magic of Music
  • Two Hot Management Tips: Triggering & Bite-Sized Instruction
  • Two Tips: Parent Meetings & Class Goals
  • Upbeat Music Enhances Your Brain-Friendly Teaching Environment
  • Wake Up Your Brain
  • Want to Be Funny?
  • What If Students Have Nothing to Say?
  • Who's On First?
  • Wonderful Wraps