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Welcome to this demonstration of the power of Educator's Virtual Mentor™. If you were a member, you would be presented with a chance to select from the following grade levels and concepts. There are over 50 different concepts to choose from. Then, your own personalized Mentor would present you with examples of master teachers demonstrating the instructional concept you're studying. These video segments are chosen from the hundreds of segments on the site. For this demonstration, we've chosen seven segments below for you to explore.
If you were a member, you'd select a grade level:
Then, you'd select a concept to explore:

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For this demonstration site, the following videos are available. In the full site, you would be presented with a list of several videos all about the same concept. Here you have several concepts to choose from at several different grade levels.


Lessons for Elementary Teachers

  • Attention Getting: Getting & Utilizing the Attention of First Graders. Ms. M. claps for attention and then takes full advantage of the listening ears. Watch how long it takes before students respond.
  • Procedures: This is Dot Time, Setting-up Learning Centers Setting up learning stations so everyone understands and acts responsibly while there, is a major responsibility in the kindergarten classroom. Watch and listen how Mrs. C. sets up learning centers in her classroom.

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Lessons for Middle School Teachers

  • Attention Getting: Quietly Gaining the Attention of Eighth Graders. Mr. A. gains the attention of his eighth grade class in a manner that maintains a positive learning environment.
  • Teacher Awareness: Sit On Your Hands Works In Middle School. The teacher with awareness anticipates trouble before it arrives. In this film clip we see Mrs. A. providing a solution for active hands before they became a distractor.

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Lessons for High School Teachers

 

 

 

 

 

 

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