my replays on the website katch.me.
I can also share a few of the katch replays here but let me give you a rundown of the Periscopes I have done so far (give or take a few).
Periscope is a great way for classroom teachers to get some PD in the exact area they need from home. You can be in your PJs for all we know. Whether you are looking for inspiration to keep up a positive attitude, or ideas for differentiating math games, or organization tips, someone on Periscope has scoped about it. Here are some of the topics of my past Periscopes for Teachers.
Periscopes for Teachers:
Tips to Set Your Class up for Success when you have a Substitute
IKEA Haul for the Classroom
How Teachers Can Securely and Privately Text Message Parents
Tip to Help you Stay Organized with all of those Student Papers
One Way I Keep my Reading Center Materials Organized
What are Interactive Notebooks?
Great Websites for Math Games and Resources for Teachers
Getting Organized for Parent-Teacher Conferences
Books for Black History Month
5 Things to Think about Now for the End of the Year
Fitting Exercise into a Busy Life
Periscope is a terrific opportunity for bloggers and TPTers to get advice and tips on running their business and managing their time. There have been scopes on scheduling pins for Pinterest, juggling family, teaching and blogging and many other topics, too! Here are some of the topics of my past Periscopes for teacher bloggers.
Periscopes for Teacher Bloggers/TPTers:
Many from the Northeastern Regional TPT Meet Up including
Jen Jones of Hello Literacy
Tabitha Carro of Smartphone Marketing School and Flapjack Educational Resources
Erin Cobb of Lovin' Lit
Jodi Durgin of Clutter Free Classroom
Tailwind for Pinterest
and tons more!
Here are a few of them:
For the rest, head over to katch.me!
Hope to see you on Periscope. I've also been trying out Facebook Live on my Facebook page so feel free to stop by and check me out there.