023. 11 Simple Ways You Can Engage Students, Build Relationships and Connect In an Online Classroom

How do I leave my work at school so I can rest and recharge without the teacher guilt? How do I efficiently stay on top of all the planning, prep and grading? How do I train my students to [mostly] self-monitor so I can really teach? How can I create a community of focused learners in my classroom? How can I help my students grow into committed readers and writers? And the biggest question of all, can I REALLY streamline and simplify my literacy instruction while helping students make more than expected progress in reading and writing?

Welcome to the Teach Joyfully Podcast where we will answer ALL of these questions and so much more!

Week after week, your host, Lisa Burns, brings you the language arts strategies, classroom management tips, daily organizational tricks, and inspirational stories that can help YOU become the confident, highly effective teacher you dream of being while still having a personal life. Lisa shares do-able tips and strategies [that actually work in REAL classrooms] that she has used to become an incredibly effective elementary teacher, teacher success coach, workshop provider and your new teacher bestie. Along with sharing her best kept secrets, she interviews industry peers, fabulous teachers in the trenches and other professionals who will share their secrets to ensure you too can simplify AND do great things to help your students make incredible growth.

With more than a thousand downloads and counting, the Teach Joyfully Movement is growing every day and now it’s YOUR TURN to get inspired, simplify and tackle your biggest teacher goals along the way.

What do you say? Are you in? Because we believe that a joyful teacher is a good teacher. Go ahead…Listen in now.

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