Cubing is a versatile, easy-to-use instructional strategy that adds a bit of randomness and chance to your lessons.
1. Print the ladder 2. Write the names of your students in the boxes on the left side of the ladder, based on each student’s RIT score and/or based on classroom performance and teacher observation. The RIT score represents a student’s
Grades 2-7 | RIT <161-210 Operations: Addition If A=1¢, B=2¢, C=3¢, etc., students estimate/predict and calculate the value of words.
Lessons originally put together for the www.foridahoteachers.org website, using the Idaho State Standards.
Several years ago, the Idaho State Department of Education developed a set of Power Standards, those content standards which were identified as most critical at each grade level. Though the way the State Department and State Board have structured the