Brendan Hamilton-Gibbs

Brendan Hamilton-Gibbs

Brendan Hamilton-Gibbs
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The consensus placemat is a great way to focus students' attention and activate prior knowledge!  This cooperative learning activity is one of my favorite no-prep, anticipatory sets. Read on to see how the consensus placemat works, view examples, and grab a free printable template!

The consensus placemat is a great way to focus students' attention and activate prior knowledge! This cooperative learning activity is one of my favorite no-prep, anticipatory sets. Read on to see how the consensus placemat works, view examples, and grab

Marshmallow Challenge Handout. A great team building activity for the first days of school! Watched it in action, all types of students get involved! Love it!

first day of school fun: Marshmallow Challenge Handout. A great team building activity for the first days of school! Watched it in action, all types of students get involved! Love it!

What is the difference between collaborative and cooperative learning?

What is the difference between collaborative and cooperative learning? I chose this picture because it shows the difference between collaborative and cooperative learning.

Gorgeous "solstice lanterns": a tutorial describes watercolor paintings made translucent with oil and fastened around mason jars

Gorgeous "solstice lanterns" - tutorial describes watercolor paintings made translucent with oil and fastened around mason jars.

High School hands on math

High School hands on math - list of links for string art and other ideas

Et smart trick - Lær 6-, 7-, 8-, 9-, og 10-tabellen med dine hænder - Times table trick using your hands - YouTube

Times table trick using your hands: To multiply x by y, where x and y are both integers in the range 6 to 10 inclusive, you work out (x - 5 + y - x 10 + - x) - y). It can be seen that this = + - 100 + 100 - - + xy = xy

Rules for fractions

Fraction Rules Poster or Handout. Students HATE fractions for some reason

Waldorf ~ 5th grade ~ Botany ~ chalkboard drawing

Flowers are the calendar of the year - so true, Aboriginal seasons were marked by what plants were flowering