Earlier this week I Tweeted Terri Eichholz's blog posts about hexagonal learning. In those posts she outlined how hexagonal learning worked in her classroom. It's notable that Terri also shared the mistakes she made when trying to use visual hexagonal learning lessons with her students. Terri works with elementary school students. Hexagonal learning can also be used at the high school level as Russel Tarr outlines in his blog post about using it in his history classes. Russel offers a…
As a teacher or principal, do you incorporate a growth mindset concept into the school classroom or community? This is one of the top trending topics in student education at present. http://resumes-for-teachers.com/blog/classroom-management-tips/28-ways-
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20+ ready-to use digital notebook pages onWorld War II are great for differentiation in a 1:1 classroom. Students learn about and analyze topics related to World War II such as leaders, the Allies and the Axis, and the Japanese internment camps.Great for Google Drive and 1:1 classrooms, this resource includes:- clickable graphic organizers for students- color coded boxes for the big ideas- teacher tips- possible responses for notes on World War II- Black-line masters of all pagesPages…
This is a collection of eight single page posters of famous scientists. Each poster includes a picture of the scientist and a short description of the scientist's contributions written appropriately for the elementary level. When hung in the classroom these posters can be viewed by the students and referred to throughout the year as different topics arise when teaching the Next Generation Science Standards.
Pi Day Activity: sPIraling Practice with Pre Algebra Topics! Students can use their answer sheets to create posters for the classroom and their lockers. Practice with: Multi-step Equations, Exponent Rules, Volume, Area of Circles, Cube Roots, Slope, Rate of Change, Transformations, Scientific Notation, Pythagorean Theorem.
Our top-selling American Literature books include familiar titles like To Kill a Mockingbird and The Scarlet Letter, classics that have stood the test of time and make for rich discussion in the classroom. The top ten does not accurately represent the diversity of perspectives found in Prestwick House's available American Literature; however, it does boast a wide variety of crucial topics on which students should be educated, including racism, nonconformity, and gender roles