The technology we now have available opens up all sorts of opportunties for creating and presenting “How-to’s,” particularly with video.
This is part of a student reading project that I’m working on, but – for Evernote users in particular this weekend – I thought it might be helpful. Plus I’m a sucker for anything that rhymes. Keep your online
Five questions to give you a good place to start when deciding what will work best for your students.
Just this week, I’ve seen a couple teachers using over-the-door shoe pocket organizers to store classroom materials. I’ve used them for years, too, so it’s fun to see the same idea working for others. Great minds think alike, right? I
Curriculum Ladders list skills in order of difficulty/complexity, making it easier to visualize the progression of skills, to identify where students are and to plan for what students are ready to learn. 1) Flexible Grouping Identify where students are on the
Ideas for making cubes to use with the cubing instructional strategy