Junior Achievement has produced these videos to help prepare you to effectively deliver JA programs to students in your community. Are you nervous or unsure about how to manage a class full of energetic students? Do you need help going through the materials in your JA program kit? Don't worry! All the information you need is right here.
Are you wondering what to wear, where to park or what to bring? If you are doing JA In A Day, do you have questions about how the day will flow, where to go or how to prepare? Watch one of these short videos to learn the answers to your questions and more.
As you prepare for your volunteer experience, watch these short videos, Part 1 to learn techniques on connecting with students, and Part 2 to learn and observe useful classroom management tips.
Do you have questions about the behaviors you may encounter in the classroom? If so, watch these short videos, Part 1 to learn tips and techniques you can use when working with students and Part 2 to gain ideas to keep the students focused on learning outcomes.
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Curious about the diversity you may encounter during your JA volunteer experience? In this short video learning about learning styles, tips and strategies to use when working with students in a diverse environment.
After watching Working with Diverse Learners Part 1, view this short video to learn additional techniques to use when working with diverse learners.
Leading a Junior Achievement Session
In this video you will learn student engagement strategies and gain an understanding of the workshop model instruction. Watch as the JA volunteer shares the days learning goals, gauges what the students already know and presents new information in a JA session.
This video will share suggestions for managing the activity portion of a JA session including how to lead a smooth activity, engage the students in the learning process and turn the work of learning over to the students.
After the excitement of an activity remember that the JA session isn't over! During this important portion of a JA session watch as the volunteer helps the students reflect on the day's learning and then leads a review of the concepts taught.