Karen Cameron's Colleagues

  • Ally Shin
  • speugh

Karen Cameron's Groups

Karen Cameron's Discussions

Begin with a Bang: 6 Ways to Make Students Go “Huh?”

Started Aug 18 0 Replies

Teachers can learn a lot from a well-written headline. Let me give you an example: When I logged onto Facebook this morning, the first post I saw was a link to a Buzzfeed article entitled, “20…Continue

Beyond Books: Building a Diverse and Engaging Classroom Library

Started Aug 13 0 Replies

It’s funny how many of our students claim that they dislike reading despite the fact that they read all the time! Before you shout, “That’s not true!” try something: Ask your students if they read…Continue

Teach Like You’re Conducting a Symphony: 8 Student Engagement Tips

Started Aug 12 0 Replies

Although many of us don’t realize it until we step foot into our own classrooms, we quickly learn that facilitating a lively, but controlled classroom environment is truly an art form.We would even…Continue

 

Karen Cameron's Page

Latest Activity

Karen Cameron replied to Karen Cameron's discussion A Simple and Effective Student Engagement Strategy: Praise, Prompt, and Leave
"Oh, I know exactly what you mean. It's really hard to pull yourself away sometimes!"
Aug 20
Julie Hartman replied to Karen Cameron's discussion A Simple and Effective Student Engagement Strategy: Praise, Prompt, and Leave
"That's a simple way to give productive and specific feedback. The moving on part is sometimes hard, but helps you get to see more students! Thanks!"
Aug 20
Karen Cameron posted a discussion

A Simple and Effective Student Engagement Strategy: Praise, Prompt, and Leave

A Simple and Effective Student Engagement Strategy: Praise, Prompt, and LeavePosted by Marygrove MAT on Aug 20, 2014 9:54:09 AM All teachers strive to empower students and push them to take ownership of their learning experience, but achieving this can be a challenge,…See More
Aug 20
Julie Hartman liked Karen Cameron's discussion Burn. Don’t Burn Out: 5 Things I Wish I knew as a First-Year Teacher
Aug 19
Karen Cameron posted a discussion

Begin with a Bang: 6 Ways to Make Students Go “Huh?”

Teachers can learn a lot from a well-written headline. Let me give you an example: When I logged onto Facebook this morning, the first post I saw was a link to a Buzzfeed article entitled, “20 Adorable Animal Couples…the Last One Astounded Me!” Did I click on it? You bet I did.Regardless of what you teach, try beginning each lesson like Buzzfeed would—with some sort of provocative, attention-getting statement or activity that will make your students scratch their heads and go, “huh?”  Here are…See More
Aug 18
Stephen E. McCoy liked Karen Cameron's discussion Teach Like You’re Conducting a Symphony: 8 Student Engagement Tips
Aug 15
Sarah H. Reed liked Karen Cameron's discussion Burn. Don’t Burn Out: 5 Things I Wish I knew as a First-Year Teacher
Aug 14
Rochelle Howard replied to Karen Cameron's discussion Common Core Writing Prompts for Students
"Great Examples.  The topics are very interesting. "
Aug 13
Karen Cameron posted a discussion

Beyond Books: Building a Diverse and Engaging Classroom Library

It’s funny how many of our students claim that they dislike reading despite the fact that they read all the time! Before you shout, “That’s not true!” try something: Ask your students if they read “non-book” texts on the Internet, if they read their friends’ Facebook posts, or like comic books and magazines. Chances are that your students, even the ones that claim to “hate” reading, engage in reading habits on a daily basis.Like it or not, if we want to nurture a love of reading in our…See More
Aug 13
Karen Cameron replied to Karen Cameron's discussion Burn. Don’t Burn Out: 5 Things I Wish I knew as a First-Year Teacher
"The first year can be so tough! Thank you for sharing your story and taking the time to read, Melissa. :)"
Aug 13
Melissa Rosen liked Karen Cameron's discussion Teach Like You’re Conducting a Symphony: 8 Student Engagement Tips
Aug 13
Melissa Rosen replied to Karen Cameron's discussion Burn. Don’t Burn Out: 5 Things I Wish I knew as a First-Year Teacher
"I can totally relate to this post. I used to complain to my poor husband all the time that maybe teaching wasn't for me my first year of teaching. I was too proud to admit that to my mentor or fellow teachers so unfortunately my husband got the…"
Aug 12
Melissa Rosen liked Karen Cameron's discussion Burn. Don’t Burn Out: 5 Things I Wish I knew as a First-Year Teacher
Aug 12
Karen Cameron posted discussions
Aug 12
Ana Maria Nobrega Campos da Cost liked Karen Cameron's discussion 10 of My Favorite Classroom Organization Hacks for Teachers
Aug 4
Aaron Locken replied to Karen Cameron's discussion 10 of My Favorite Classroom Organization Hacks for Teachers
"I can't wait to try these!  They are going to add a lot of space to my classroom!"
Jul 28

Profile Information

School / Work Affiliation
Marygrove College
Blog
http://info.marygrove.edu/matblog
Website
http://mat.marygrove.edu
About Me
Known for excellence in teaching since 1905, Marygrove College has been offering the convenience of online classes and the flexibility of its Master in the Art of Teaching (MAT), online degree programs since 1990. Marygrove's online masters degree programs provide teachers with the opportunity to link the latest developments in educational research to their own teaching practice. The programs are designed to empower teachers by focusing on the knowledge and skills required to deliver effective instruction to diverse learners from preschool through high school, including those with special needs.

Karen Cameron's Blog

Reflections on Student Engagement: Don’t “Zsa Zsa Gabor” Them

Posted on August 28, 2012 at 8:00am 0 Comments

"I call everyone 'Darling' because I can't remember their names."

-Zsa Zsa Gabor



A few years ago, my fledgling kid brother walked into his first class at Central Michigan University. It was in one of those stadium-sized lecture halls—you know the kind: a wall of vertical-sliding chalkboards and a…

Continue

5 No-Nonsense, No Fluff Websites &Teacher Apps

Posted on August 15, 2012 at 7:53am 0 Comments



iPhone_With_Aps Apps for your iPhone and/or iPad can make your job a lot easier. We’d like to share what we think are 5 of the best teacher apps out there. These will not only keep you organized, but place helpful resources at your fingertips.



5 No-Nonsense, No Fluff Websites &Teacher Apps…

Continue

Outdoor Schools. Kid-Tested. Walt Whitman Approved.

Posted on August 14, 2012 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Walt Whitman This morning I opened my email and was greeted by a link to an article profiling what is commonly being referred to as an "outdoor school" or “nature preschool.” We usually blog about issues concerning Educational Leadership and…

Continue

Public Speaking, Death and Twitter in the Classroom

Posted on August 8, 2012 at 8:54am 0 Comments

How many times have you said something about public speaking or your reluctance to give speeches and had someone come right back with the threadbare cliché about how “one study” found that “the average person fears public speaking more than death?

Who conducted this study,…

Continue

Comment Wall (2 comments)

You need to be a member of Classroom 2.0 to add comments!

Join Classroom 2.0

At 7:24am on June 19, 2013, AMBREEN AMER said…
  • Hi, I am Ambreen Amer I would appreciate if you give some feed back  about the barriers and difficulties faced by some institutions in being able to embed ICT fully. as I am doing a project on it

At 7:57am on June 17, 2013, AizaUmair said…

hi

I am from Pakistan and i need your help regarding ICT

 
 
 

Study - Help Wanted!

Click HERE to help.

Commercial Policy

If you are representing a commercial entity, please see the specific guidelines on your participation.

Guide to Online Ed. Degrees

The Fifth Year Anniversary Book Project!

We want you to write a chapter!

Click here!

Badge

Loading…

Follow

Awards:

© 2014   Created by Ezequiel Pitty.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service