I interview a senior from Alpharetta High School in my Film and Video program. He is going to share what works and what doesn't work in class! His answers just may surprise you. Visit his website at https://vanemberger.com/
For more information about our program: https://www.ahsvideo.com/
To learn more about achieving a great film and video program: http://www.thevideoteacher.org/
Today I am sharing with you tips to make your virtual class go smoother. I give you helpful hints to make your presentation go smoother, look better and sound awesome. I also share with you 10 tips you can do right now to get your students engaged in your class. Remember folks, it's not the technology-it's building a relationship with students that matters most!
Today I discuss how Rn It Like You Own It benefits the students. And On March 14, 2020, me and my students will be presenting Run It Like You Own It. And don't forget to register for our Video Teacher Workshop coming June 8, 9, 10 2020. Check out TheVideoTeacher.org for more details.
In this episode, I give you the top 3 things you should be doing to re-energize your program and begin your success for next year. My program is designed to help you avoid many of the common pitfalls Film, Video, and Broadcast Journalism teachers face. Please take the time to subscribe to our podcast and begin Running It Like YOU Own It!
Today, we'll give you 10 things you can do over the break that will immediately help your program grow. Some of these items will literally help correct the problems you are currently facing--the cost? FREE!
Have you ever poured your heart into a lesson plan only to have it fail-well, today's episode talks about that very issue-and how to salvage the lesson plan AND how to have a learning point in that failure!
This week's meet and great takes us to Roswell, Georgia where we meet up with Christopher Buechner. His program is killing it because of his passion to work with students. He gives us practical advice that we can all use-even the season veteran teacher. This week, we take a little diversion in the questions to get into the "random question" segment. Take a listen!
In this episode, Don Goble speaks candidly on helping new(ish) teachers overcome the struggles many of us face teaching Video/Film/Broadcast Journalism. His wit and wisdom will certainly help all of us teachers stay on track to do what we do. You can find out more about Don and his educational materials on DonGoble.com
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Today we'll explore several practical tips you can implement in your classroom management TODAY. These are practical tips to help the new teacher (and even some veteran teachers) focus on if they are struggling with their class. Classroom management is one of the most important aspects in teaching. Without proper management, a teacher cannot engage their students; and without engagement-the class may be doomed for failure! But that can change almost overnight! Take back your class!! For more great tips, please look at our Video Teacher Workshop
In this episode, we explore the taboo subject of money! Once you figure out how to raise it, you need a place to safely put your program's money-here comes the Booster Club. We explore how you will go about starting your booster club and several ways to raise funds for your program.
The Google Calendar has been the single most effective technology tool I use in my classroom. I show you how to organize your classes by color and how to put your lessons in a clean organized space. Check out my Calendar: https://www.ahsvideo.com/
Zach attended my Video Teacher Workshop to learn some skills about running a video production classroom. He will share some of his insight on why he attended my workshop and the relationships he fostered in the process. While Zach is a relatively new at teaching video, his approach to building his program uses many of the techniques he acquired in the Video Teacher Workshop.
His savviness and "go for it" approach has enabled him to build a very successful video program at a school where there was previously no program. Take a listen!
In this episode, I give you a background of my education, my experience and how I learned about Run It Like You Own It. My goal is to inspire film/video/and broadcast journalism teachers navigate through teaching more easily using common business principles in the classroom/