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A Lesson Plan for Teachers - Social Studies Advice & Resources by Michele Luck
Start teaching with organized strategies to help create the ideal classroom community for your middle or high school students. Building a classroom community can help all students find greater success. #tpt #socialstudies #classroom #communitybuilding #students #teaching #teachers
JumpStart: A Technology Course for Thoughtful Educators
JumpStart: A Technology Course for Thoughtful Educators - Time to take it to the next level! Introducing JumpStart: a structured, systematic course to help you build your confidence with educational technology. Hands-on, self-paced, teaches key skills. | Cult of Pedagogy #teachingwithtech #edtechtools #professionaldevelopment #differentiation #projectbasedlearning #flippedclassroom #newteacher
Graphic Organizer Multi-Pack
This fantastic collection contains everything you need to create beautiful, effective, customized graphic organizers. Includes 15 EDITABLE graphic organizer designs, 4 Video Tutorials on how to customize for your needs, and a Teacher's Manual that shares the most important tips for using them effectively.
Sarah's Sizzlin' Summer Strategies
The temperature is on the rise, but nothing’s quite as hot as Tch Laureate Sarah Brown Wessling’s strategies for student success. Whether you’re inside and staying cool, or just chillin’ by the pool, watch these Tch videos to build your strategy toolbox this summer.
Media Literacy: Explore the Art of Making Movies
Explore the Art of Making Movies - I am always using movies in my workshops to help teachers and students understand the language of film and how motion pictures work to engage our senses. And the reason I emphasize this media form is because most of us have seen hundreds, if not thousands, of movies on the screen but have limited experience examining the filmmaking process: how the film got onto the screen.
8 Terrific Blended Learning Strategies and 3 Fun Projects to Try
There are many benefits of using blended learning in the classroom. We’ll discuss 8 strategies to employ with blended learning. Next, we’ll suggest 3 projects that students will love for you to incorporate
104-Please try a SILENT Socratic Seminar…Compliments of Peergrade and the Stanford History Education Group | James Alan Sturtevant
Please try a SILENT Socratic Seminar…Compliments of Peergrade and the Stanford History Education Group - How can you have a class discussion if no one says anything?
#93. Helping MLs Tell Their Stories: A district-wide unit - ELL Strategies | TanKHuynh
Helping ELLs Tell Their Stories: A district-wide unit - Not only did this unit empower ELLs to share their experience, it also developed students' vocabulary, reading, and writing skills. This 4-day Academy for grades 2-5 is a literature-based unit, with a focus on narratives of immigration from a variety of perspectives.
Dogfooding: Do You Do Your Own Assignments? | Cult of Pedagogy
It’s time to add dogfooding — the practice of using your own product as a consumer in order to find and fix the bugs — to our own teaching practice. | Cult of Pedagogy #assessment #teachingstrategies #newteacher #podcast
How Decision Fatigue Ruins Your Day (and How to Beat It) | Cult of Pedagogy
Once you learn how to recognize decision fatigue, you can find ways to simplify your teaching life, take back your energy, and do your job better. | Cult of Pedagogy #timemanagement #teacherhealth #teacherinspiration
4 Tools for Teaching Teamwork and Collaboration in the Classroom | KQED
4 Tools for Teaching Teamwork and Collaboration in the Classroom - Check out these picks to get students working together in teams, practicing good collaboration skills, and reflecting on what makes teamwork important.
Grammar Gap Filler 12: Accept | Except
A Grammar Gap Filler is a small, powerful package of materials that teach a single spelling, grammar, or usage rule. Gap Fillers are designed to let students review just the skills they need, on their own, and then get back to writing.When you notice a student making a particular error, simply assign that student the right Gap Filler and you’re done.
5 Signs You've Lost Control Of Your Class (But Don't Know It)
Many teachers are going about each day, struggling through inattentiveness and interruptions, never realizing that they've in fact lost control of their class. In this article, learn the warning signs so you know when to stop everything and start over.
Three Ways Digital Portfolios Shift Your Assessment Focus
Three Ways Digital Portfolios Shift Your Assessment Focus - What if assessment were a process that is fulfilling for students and teachers instead of draining? How might we shift our focus toward documenting students’ potential instead of merely passing a test?
Why Designing for Disability Leads to Better Solutions for Everyone | KQED
Why Designing for Disability Leads to Better Solutions for Everyone - In her TEDx talk, Elise Roy makes a strong case for designing environments and tools with disabilities in mind from the start.