If you work for the company VIPKID, you already know about feedback. At the end of each lesson you teach, you must submit feedback regarding the lesson. This feedback is submitted directly to the student’s parents/guardians. You have twelve hours to submit feedback following a lesson, but it makes sense to do it immediately afterward. […]
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Hey there! I am a travel-loving primary educator turned temporary online-ESOL teacher. I create resources for Teachers Pay Teachers and am supremely committed to helping both students and educators thrive within the classroom. Last year, I made the difficult decision to step outside of the classroom and instead stepped into the city of Århus, Denmark for one year. This year is full of inconsistency and will include a one-month volunteer teaching trip to Ghana. I am enthusiastic, clumsy, always learning, mostly laughing, often traveling, and can be found somewhere in the world, a cup of coffee in hand.
If you’re a VIPKID teacher, you’ve been there. You’ve just finished one class. It was about 27 minutes long, and now you have less than three minutes to submit some stellar feedback about the lesson. Technically, you have 12 hours to add this feedback, but entering it afterwards is time-consuming. Often, details of the lesson […]
Prior to starting my first year teaching, I asked a few veteran teachers for their most important pieces of advice. Interestingly enough, there seemed to be a recurring theme. Routines and procedures are everything. The key to a successful and well-functioning classroom revolves around management.Management has everything to do with effectively implementing and consistently enforcing […]