Does your lesson planning ever feel frantic, rushed, or disorganized? Do you ever feel like you’re trying to “hit” standards in your classroom, but your students aren’t really grasping them? Listen as Jessica and Caitlin discuss how to plan with a system, so you can lesson plan more quickly and help students meet the standards in a more effective way.
In this episode, Caitlin and Jessica discuss the system they used in their own classrooms, which will help you quickly plan lessons that spiral students’ learning, so they are practicing concepts multiple times and really remembering them.
Additionally, Caitlin and Jessica will discuss how you can spiral content, not just standards, using the “rinse and repeat” method to save time and energy in your planning and your classroom. Take a listen if you’re ready to make your planning more effective, starting today!
Tune in now to hear:
- [01:00] Don’t forget to join us for our one-hour virtual live event: 3 Strategies for Engaging Lessons for Middle Schoolers
- [02:20] A quick review of the Into, Through, and Beyond lesson framework
- [03:00] Spiraling lessons within this framework
- [05:15] Planning spiraled lessons as you batch plan
- [6:10] How the EB Writing Approach is easy and intuitive for spiraling learning
- [07:50] Using a Success Script during batch planning
- [09:20] Spiraling content as well as lessons (rinsing and repeating)
- [10:35] Listen in on June 22, as Caitlin and Jessica discuss how to make next year’s planning easier without sacrificing fun and rigor in your classroom
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