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The Teacher's Playbook: Practical Pedagogy for Classical Educators

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  1. Introduction
    Intro to Framework (Preview Content)
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  2. Part I
    Lecture 1: Teacher Formation (Preview Content)
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  3. Part II
    Lecture 2: Culture Introduction
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  4. Lecture 3: Culture: Setting Conditions
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  5. Lecture 4: Culture: Growing Culture
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  6. Lecture 5: Culture: Responding in Love
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  7. Part III
    Lecture 6: Instruction Introduction
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  8. Lecture 7: Instruction: Planning
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  9. Lecture 8: Instruction: Delivering
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  10. Lecture 9: Instruction: Socratic Questioning
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  11. Lecture 10: Instruction: Assessing
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  12. Part IV
    Lecture 11: Setting the Path for Growth as a Teacher
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  13. Lecture 12: Setting the Supports for Teachers
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  14. Questions & Answers
    Questions & Answers
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  15. End of Course Test
    End of Course Test: The Teacher's Playbook: Practical Pedagogy for Classical Educators
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  • How do you initially react when a student makes a mistake in your classroom? Does that response generate the desired result? 
  • What techniques have you used when working to correct a student’s behavior?  Which have been successful for you and which have not led to the desired outcome?
  • Are you currently using mistakes as learning situations?  What are some examples of times in your class when you have been able to do this successfully?  What is an example of a time when you could have turned the event into a learning experience but did not?  How could you respond in the future?