I’ve gotten students to create comics to illustrate logical fallacies, summarize articles, provide instructions, and express themselves.
Your textbook is just another tool in your teacher’s instructional kit. The problem is that for many of us it becomes a crutch when we first begin lesson planning.
Ask your learners tocome up with advice for being successful in your class, the grade level, or subject.
This year, I dare you to step out of your comfort zone and see the difference it makes with your learners!
For the most recent movement, GE teamed up with Bill Nye to create thePeriod Table of Emoji Science Videos.
Assessment shouldn’t make students feel like quitting. Instead, assessment should help students celebrate the learning they’ve grasped and reflect on their journey achieving that learning.
Below are tips, ideas, and a slide presentation to help you flip your classes and ensure all your students know how to receive the individual help they need.