FREE LIVE ENCORE: Nurturing Introverts: Classroom Strategies and Technologies to Reach Even the Quietest Kids

Content
4 sessions

Rating

Course Length
30 mins

Instructor
SimpleK12 Team

Price
Free

Upcoming Sessions

Description

Have you ever wondered how to create an inclusive classroom where every student, including the quietest ones, feels valued and heard? Introverted students often possess unique strengths like deep reflection, creativity, and empathy, and they thrive when provided with an environment that values these qualities. Join Chrissy Romano Arrabito for this timesaving, to the point session as she provides insights into creating an inclusive learning environment where introverted students can truly thrive. Get ready to revolutionize your teaching approach and create a classroom where every student, including the quietest ones, can excel academically and socially! Chrissy's passion for inclusive education will provide you with practical strategies to enhance your teaching skills and empower your introverted students to reach their full potential. 

Key Takeaways 

  1. Gain a deeper understanding of introversion and the unique qualities it brings to the classroom. Learn to recognize and celebrate the strengths of your quieter students. 

  1. Discover an array of classroom strategies that support introverted students. Explore techniques for nurturing participation, collaboration, and confidence among your quieter learners. 

  1. Unlock the power of technology as a tool for engaging and empowering introverted students. Learn how to integrate digital resources and platforms to provide introverts with opportunities for self-expression and active learning. 

  1. Dive into practical strategies for boosting the confidence and active participation of introverted students. Learn how to cultivate a classroom where every voice, especially the quieter ones, is valued and heard. 

Presented by Chrissy Romano Arrabito

Chrissy Romano Arrabito serves as a first-grade educator at Nellie K. Parker Elementary School, located in Hackensack, New Jersey. With an extensive career spanning over three decades, she possesses a wealth of expertise in nurturing the educational growth of elementary and middle school students. Chrissy's educational philosophy is rooted in her deep commitment to nurturing the complete development of each child. She is a fervent advocate for innovation within the classroom, continually seeking ways to facilitate authentic and engaging learning encounters for her students. 

Objectives

  • Recall key characteristics of introverted students, demonstrating an understanding of their unique strengths and attributes. 

  • Comprehend the significance of creating an inclusive classroom environment for introverted students, explaining how it contributes to their academic and social development. 

  • Apply the classroom strategies discussed in the webinar to your teaching practices, adapting them to suit the specific needs and personalities of introverted students. 

  • Evaluate your current teaching methods and identify areas where you can better support and engage introverted students. 

  • Develop customized lesson plans and activities that cater to the needs of introverted students. 

  • Assess the effectiveness of your efforts to nurture introverts in their classrooms, seeking continuous improvement in your teaching practices. 

Assessment

Participants will have collaboration and sharing opportunities throughout the training to demonstrate their understanding of the session objectives and reflect on their learning.  

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate SimpleK12 Certificate of Completion

Learning Credits

CEU
0.5

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FREE LIVE ENCORE: Nurturing Introverts: Classroom Strategies and Technologies to Reach Even the Quietest Kids
FREE LIVE ENCORE: Nurturing Introverts: Classroom Strategies and Technologies to Reach Even the Quietest Kids
FREE LIVE ENCORE: Nurturing Introverts: Classroom Strategies and Technologies to Reach Even the Quietest Kids
FREE LIVE ENCORE: Nurturing Introverts: Classroom Strategies and Technologies to Reach Even the Quietest Kids
 
Added 4 months ago, by Paula
Great ideas lunch bunch, talking circle, think pair share.
 
Added 4 months ago, by Melissa
Great presentation with practical ideas!
 
Added 4 months ago, by Karen
I appreciate the chart that differentiates between shy, introvert, and extrovert. I personally never thought there was a difference with being shy and being an introvert. The nametag activity is a great one that allows a student to display their interests and their talent. Seeing what they have in common with others will encourage conversation as opposed to trying to force someone to talk. Kindness goes a long way, so the Choose a Bucket activity influences writing and anonymous statements that will impact others positively and conversations.
 
Added 4 months ago, by Heather
Very useful information.
 
Added 5 months ago, by Gina
Lunch bunch! Super idea!
 
Added 5 months ago, by Mariel
Great presentation! Thanks
 
Added 5 months ago, by Maria
Great presentation. Lots of enthusiasm!
 
Added 5 months ago, by Anonymous
Great info.
 
Added 5 months ago, by Anonymous
great
 
Added 5 months ago, by Kailey
great

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