YOUR NEW IDEA DONE RIGHT (2 HRS)
Implementing A New Idea in Your Classroom
This course consists of 18 video lectures and an expected completion time of 2 hours, which includes video time and individual work via provided activities and challenges. A certificate of completion will be provided after you have completed all lectures.
About This Course
No one said implementing a new idea would be easy! AND when you are an educator continuously looking for new ways to engage students for a more dynamic learning experience, the new ideas are endless! But how do you ensure your new ideas don't flop?
Let's be transparent, we have all been there... you learn about a new great idea and your research begins. What does this new idea involve? Who are the experts you can copy? How does this new idea impact students? How does this new idea impact you? Your mind begins to race! And then, all of a sudden, you find yourself overwhelmed, anxiously hoping this new idea doesn't result in you falling on your face in front of 30 pairs of students' eyes and (heaven forbid) an evaluator!
Inspired by a weekly theme on the Daily Drop-In Morning Show, Rae Hughart - along with advice for a week full of guests - will break down the essential components of a new idea and leave you ready to start that crazy idea as quickly as next week! Are you ready? Register for this free course now!
Within this course, you will learn how to:
- Evaluate the components of a "Good Idea"
- Break down the steps of success
- Understand measurables
- Collect necessary allies
- Reflect on progress and growth
Included in this course:
- 15 Video Lectures.
- Official Certificate of Completion.
- Digital Badge to show off your awesomeness.
Rae Hughart is the CXO of the Teach Better Team, Executive Director of the Association of Middle-Grade Schools, TEDx Speaker, Educator, and author of “Teachers Deserve It” and “Teach Better” books.
Growing up with IEP support after being diagnosed SLD in Reading, Writing, and Math, Rae has worked with other educators and districts on designing mastery learning classrooms nationwide to reach all learners.
After being inducted into The Illinois State University Hall of Fame in 2017, Rae was awarded the 2018 First Place Henry Ford Teacher Innovator Award for her innovative educational impact through the Teach Further Model. In 2021, Rae Hughart presented on the TEDx stage challenging educators, students, and community members to consider progressive, data supported practices to further 21st century learners.
During this course, you will learn how to:
Evaluate the components of a "Good Idea."
Break down the steps of success.
Collect necessary allies.
Reflect on progress and growth.
Included in this course:
15 Video Lectures.
Official Certificate of Completion.
Digital Badge to show off your awesomeness.