Sharing Your Best Work With Other Teachers

  • Copies of your lesson plans
  • Your reflections on teaching, learning, and/or assessment
  • Examples of your students’ work

1. CREATE A TED-ED LESSON

2. POST A VIDEO TO THE TEACHING CHANNEL

3. UPLOAD A LESSON PLAN TO THE INTERNET

4. START A BLOG — OR CONTRIBUTE TO SOMEONE ELSE’S

5. HOST A PODCAST — OR CONTRIBUTE TO SOMEONE ELSE’S

6. HOST A WEBINAR — OR CONTRIBUTE TO SOMEONE ELSE’S

7. POST TO TWITTER

8. SERVE REMOTELY ON A TEACHER ADVISORY COMMITTEE

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High school APUSH teacher with much in-class and online teaching experience. Also a blogger, keynote speaker, editor, podcast host, and conference presenter.

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High school APUSH teacher with much in-class and online teaching experience. Also a blogger, keynote speaker, editor, podcast host, and conference presenter.

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