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Teach like a champion 2.0: 62 techniques that put students on the path to college

Teach like a champion 2.0: 62 techniques that put students on the path to college

Lemov, Doug, 1967- author

A teaching manual filled with effective ideas for everything from classroom management to inspiring student engagement. Updated techniques and tools make it even easier to put students on the path to college readiness. A DVD-ROM is included, featuring 75 videos

eBook, Electronic resource, Book. English. Electronic books.
Second edition.
Published San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, a Wiley brand, [2015]

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Statement of responsibility: Doug Lemov ; foreword by Norman Atkins
ISBN: 1118898621, 1118898796, 1322566143, 9781118898628, 9781118898796, 9781322566146
Note: Description based on print version record.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (xxxii, 468 pages) : illustrations
Subject: College preparation programs.; Academic achievement.; Effective teaching.

Contents

  1. Video Contents ix
  2. Foreword xxi
  3. Acknowledgments xxv
  4. The Author xxix
  5. About Uncommon Schools xxxi
  6. Introduction:The Art of Teaching and Its Tools
  7. PART 1 Check for Understanding
  8. 1 Gathering Data on Student Mastery
  9. Technique 1: REJECT SELF-REPORT
  10. Technique 2: TARGETED QUESTIONING
  11. Technique 3: STANDARDIZE THE FORMAT
  12. Technique 4: TRACKING, NOTWATCHING
  13. Technique 5: SHOW ME
  14. Technique 6: AFFIRMATIVE CHECKING
  15. Reflection and Practice
  16. Useful Tools
  17. 2 Acting on the Data and the Culture of Error
  18. Technique 7: PLAN FOR ERROR
  19. Technique 8: CULTURE OF ERROR
  20. Technique 9: EXCAVATE ERROR
  21. Technique 10: OWN AND TRACK
  22. Reflection and Practice
  23. Useful Tools
  24. PART 2 Academic Ethos
  25. 3 Setting High Academic Expectations
  26. Technique 11: NO OPT OUT
  27. Technique 12: RIGHT IS RIGHT
  28. Technique 13: STRETCH IT
  29. Technique 14: FORMAT MATTERS
  30. Technique 15: WITHOUT APOLOGY
  31. Reflection and Practice
  32. Useful Tools
  33. 4 Planning for Success
  34. Technique 16: BEGINWITH THE END
  35. Technique 17: 4 Ms
  36. Technique 18: POST IT
  37. Technique 19: DOUBLE PLAN
  38. Reflection and Practice
  39. Useful Tools
  40. 5 Lesson Structure
  41. Technique 20: DO NOW
  42. Technique 21: NAME THE STEPS
  43. Technique 22: BOARD = PAPER
  44. Technique 23: CONTROL THE GAME
  45. Technique 24: CIRCULATE
  46. Technique 25: AT BATS
  47. Technique 26: EXIT TICKET
  48. Reflection and Practice
  49. Useful Tools
  50. 6 Pacing
  51. Technique 27: CHANGE THE PACE
  52. Technique 28: BRIGHTEN LINES
  53. Technique 29: ALL HANDS
  54. Technique 30:WORK THE CLOCK
  55. Technique 31: EVERY MINUTE MATTERS
  56. Reflection and Practice
  57. Useful Tools
  58. PART 3 Ratio
  59. 7 Building RatioThrough Questioning
  60. Technique 32:WAIT TIME
  61. Technique 33: COLD CALL
  62. Technique 34: CALL AND RESPONSE
  63. Technique 35: BREAK IT DOWN
  64. Technique 36: PEPPER
  65. Reflection and Practice
  66. Useful Tools
  67. 8 Building RatioThroughWriting
  68. Technique 37: EVERYBODYWRITES
  69. Technique 38: ART OF THE SENTENCE
  70. Technique 39: SHOWCALL
  71. Technique 40: BUILD STAMINA
  72. Technique 41: FRONT THE WRITING
  73. Reflection and Practice
  74. Useful Tools
  75. 9 Building RatioThrough Discussion
  76. Technique 42: HABITS OF DISCUSSION
  77. Technique 43: TURN AND TALK
  78. Technique 44: BATCH PROCESS
  79. Reflection and Practice
  80. Useful Tools
  81. PART 4 Five Principles of Classroom Culture
  82. 10 Systems and Routines
  83. Technique 45: THRESHOLD
  84. Technique 46: STRONG START
  85. Technique 47: STAR/SLANT
  86. Technique 48: ENGINEER EFFICIENCY
  87. Technique 49: STRATEGIC INVESTMENT: FROM PROCEDURE TO ROUTINE
  88. Technique 50: DO IT AGAIN
  89. Reflection and Practice
  90. Useful Tools
  91. 11 High Behavioral Expectations
  92. Technique 51: RADAR/BE SEEN LOOKING
  93. Technique 52: MAKE COMPLIANCE VISIBLE
  94. Technique 53: LEAST INVASIVE INTERVENTION
  95. Technique 54: FIRM CALM FINESSE
  96. Technique 55: ART OF THE CONSEQUENCE
  97. Technique 56: STRONG VOICE
  98. Technique 57: WHAT TO DO
  99. Reflection and Practice
  100. Useful Tools
  101. 12 Building Character and Trust
  102. Technique 58: POSITIVE FRAMING
  103. Technique 59: PRECISE PRAISE
  104. Technique 60:WARM/STRICT
  105. Technique 61: EMOTIONAL CONSTANCY
  106. Technique 62: JOY FACTOR
  107. Reflection and Practice
  108. Useful Tools
  109. Conclusion
  110. Notes
  111. Index
  112. How to Access the Video Contents
  113. How to Use the DVD
  114. MoreWays to Engage and Learn with Teach Like a Champion

Author note

Doug Lemov trains educators at Uncommon Schools, the nonprofit school management organization he helped found. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Hamilton College, a Master of Arts from Indiana University, and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is also the author, with Erica Woolway and Katie Yezzi, of Practice Perfect: 42 Rules for Getting Better at Getting Better.