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Long Range Planning – The Lounge Podcast: Season 3, Episode 001 0

Posted on August 04, 2015 by Natasha

On this episode we introduce our new format, plan, and give details about Long Range Planning (LRP). This is a topic that you may want to start thinking about come August, or for our US friends, a little earlier. Keep watching to see Natasha act like a fool by air swooshing… and until the end of the episode for the Resource Bank segment and a sneak peak at our upcoming episodes.note, notes, post it, postit, sticky icon

Our favourite LRP materials:

  • Post-it Notes
  • A blank canvas (a wall or chart paper)
  • Curriculum documents
  • Grade or division team members
  • Assessment/Evaluation checklist (for, as, of learning)

We have discussed Long Range Planning before, with guest host Lisa Dabbs, with a focus on Web 2.0 tips & tools.

Check out Lauren’s blog, “13 Steps to Easy Long Range Planning” where she gives a detailed plan on how to set up a STELLAR math LRP using colour coding!

RESOURCE BANK

#TRENDING next time

  • Setting up an Organized Classroom
  • The 1st Week of School
  • Making a Class Website (workshop)
  • Building Community – Classroom Edition

Like what you’ve heard? Have more questions? Contact us:

Andrew: I blog at TheRookieTeacher.ca, or email me Andrew@TheRookieTeacher.ca.

Natasha: I blog at TheRookieTeacher.ca, follow me on twitter @yoMsDunn, or email me Natasha@TheRookieTeacher.ca.

Lauren: Blogs at TheRookieTeacher.ca, or catch her updates on our BRAND NEW Pinterest board – pinterest.com/RookieTeacherCA

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Posted on October 11, 2011 by Natasha

Let’s start by getting to know each other a little better….

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photo: N.Dunn

My name is Natasha Dunn and I am one of the co-founders of Rookie Teacher[dot]ca.  I am a recent graduate from the Faculty of Education at Brock University.  I am an OCT Certified Teacher for the Junior-Intermediate divisions; with experience in Grade 7 (teaching Language, Math, and Geography) and Grade 6 (teaching the core subjects).  I have a passion for teaching and outdoor education using summer camp foundations, technology, and Tribes in the classroom.  I have over 10 years of summer camp experience working with children and families in Muskoka Ontario.  Find me on Twitter @yoMsDunn or visit my website MsDunnOnline.net.

Andrew

photo: Travis Allison, Subtlevox Photography

My name is Andrew Blake and I am the other co-founder of Rookie Teacher[dot]ca. I completed my teacher education training at the Faculty of Education at the University of Western Ontario.  I’m an Elementary Teacher with qualifications in Primary, Junior, Intermediate and Senior Divisions as well as FSL. Currently I teach Grade 3 at a mid sized rural elementary school in SW Ontario. I also have taught Junior-Intermediate Core French, the Arts and  Intermediate French Immersion. Prior to that I worked at summer camp for 7 years and taught first aid and beginner horseback riding lessons.  Find me on Twitter @ABlakeTeach.

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