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Music in the City: Responding to Music - The Listening Framework

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Daily Journal Prompts

Daily Journal Prompts- 40 weeks and 200 prompts


An update on my Camp NaNoWriMo tracker in my bullet journal. I love having something visual at the side to see my progress. I'm also happy I set myself a realistic goal and so far I'm managing to keep ahead of target. #campnanowrimo #bulletjournal

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Create and Innovate with Google Drive Vocabulary Activities

Create and innovate with Google Drive vocabulary activities! This includes three engaging activities and projects to practice, learn, and create based on Marzano’s Six Steps to Effective Vocabulary Instruction. Make vocabulary words meaningful for your students with these high-interest activities formatted for Google Drive!


Definitely could use this as a kickstarter! "currently... cool art journal idea"


Increase RIGOR and CRITICAL THINKING with this daily MATH JOURNAL format of Claim-Evidence-Reasoning! Download the journal cover and C-E-R template for free. :)

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Number of the Day Activities (Kindergarten Number Math Journal)

I created this math journal to use as I introduce the "number of the day."I wanted to keep all of my number of the day activities in one place, so I thought a journal format would work perfectly. This journal contains five activities for each number 1-10. Learn when and where is the best to use MLA and APA format when paraphrasing, so you will have only the best content


This is the formatting of an empirical research article... If you are reading a research article and it does not have this formatting, then it is not empirical and you will loose points on your paper...


The Teacher Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating

We will use the double entry journal format I introduced earlier this year. So I can just get a "snapshot" at times as to their depth of understanding--especially for my reluctant participators. I remind them that I cannot crawl into their brains to see their thinking--that would be gross--so they must share their thinking with their mouths and their pencils to help me get insight.