Category Archives: Teacher’s Corner

  • Teacher’s Corner Digital Edition: Virtual Interpretive Reading

    Posted on October 19, 2020 by Rob Glass in Blog, Teacher's Corner.

    By now, most of us have been doing some form of digital teaching for nearly 2 months; whether it be completely digital where we “see” each child every day on Zoom or Google Meets (more likely their avatar or name). Maybe we are doing a hybrid model where some students are online and others are […]

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  • Teacher’s Corner: Creating a Bitmoji Classroom

    Posted on August 17, 2020 by Rob Glass in Blog, Teacher's Corner.

    As many schools are either on the cusp of beginning their new years or have just begun, many of us have probably seen a lot about “Bitmoji classrooms” from colleagues and social media groups. Especially for teachers like me who will begin the year virtually, these can be a great resource to show your personality […]

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  • Teacher’s Corner: Distance Learning, A How-To Guide

    Posted on July 22, 2020 by Rob Glass in Blog, Teacher's Corner.

    Note: This article is based on experiences with Baltimore County Public Schools curriculum, and is adapted from a project for a seminar entitled Mentoring the New Teacher, Part 2. Trying to teach a language can be tough, and even more so when the new language is being taught through Schoology, Canvas, or Blackboard sounds crazy, […]

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  • Teacher’s Corner Remote Learning Edition: Digital Escape Rooms

    Posted on May 11, 2020 by Rob Glass in Blog, Teacher's Corner.

         One of the most challenging aspects of remote learning that I have come across is how to be engaging in a digital setting. Being stuck behind a webcam is a completely different feeling from being able to move around, have manipulatives, or sit down with students. But while it feels like a daunting […]

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  • Teacher’s Corner: Kahoot During Distance Learning

    Posted on April 20, 2020 by Rob Glass in Blog, Teacher's Corner.

         I have entered my 3rd week of remote and distance learning, and in many ways, while it has been frustrating, I miss my students, and it is not an ideal teaching platform, in many ways I have been grateful for the opportunities it has afforded. I am naturally an antsy person, and feel […]

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  • Teacher’s Corner Remote Learning Edition Volume 1

    Posted on April 10, 2020 by Rob Glass in Blog, Teacher's Corner.

         Teacher’s Corner is back! With the whirlwind changes that we teachers have been seeing in the past few weeks with distance or remote learning, I want to provide a brief tip each Friday that you can think about over the weekend to use in your “classroom” (or kitchen, or office) on Monday morning. […]

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