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Project Based and Cooperative Learning
Scaffolding Instruction
Anticipatory Sets
Using Stations in ELA
Incorporating Movement in the Classroom
Curriculum, Unit, and Lesson Planning
Differentiation and the Exceptional Child
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Project Based and Cooperative Learning

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How to Teach Project Based Learning - Special Treat Friday

Don't let Project Based Learning overwhelm you, it is a fun process where the students are engaged, learning and using their life skills.

Two new gold-standard studies provide compelling evidence that project-based learning is an effective strategy for all students—including historically marginalized ones. Learning Activities, High Schools, Career, Study, Education, Students, Explore, Fun, Kids
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New Research Makes a Powerful Case for PBL

Two new gold-standard studies provide compelling evidence that project-based learning is an effective strategy for all students—including historically marginalized ones.

Board but NOT BORING: My Go-to Collaborative Activity for Secondary ELA — Bespoke ELA: Essay Writing Tips + Lesson Plans Collaborative Strategies, Essay Writing Tips, High School English, Class Activities, Student Reading, Test Prep, Lesson Plans, Bespoke, Teaching

Board but NOT BORING: My Go-to Collaborative Activity for Secondary ELA — Bespoke ELA: Essay Writing Tips + Lesson Plans

For this interactive lesson, students will use the board in order to interact with each other. It also provides a means for assessment during a class period. Students can collaborate and use the board to brainstorm new ideas, share information, or reflect upon the lesson/ activity/ project from th

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5 Ways to Use Google Forms During Project Based Learning

If you're looking for ways to use Google Forms during Project Based Learning, click through to keep students engaged, make grading easier, and even more.

Increase student engagement and student performance by changing the way you assess! High School English, English Class, Teaching English, Ela Classroom, Future Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Student Performance, Learning Goals, Project Based Learning

Project-based Learning in the ELA Classroom

Increase student engagement and student performance by changing the way you assess!

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HOW CAN I BRING GOOGLE APPS AND PROJECT BASED LEARNING TOGETHER?

If you are in education, it’s likely you encounter terms and abbreviations for just about everything possible, everyday. One of the more common ‘buzzwords’ in education today is the idea of project-based learning, or PBL. Today we’re going to discuss how to bring together Google apps and project based learning. What exactly is project-based learning? It ... Read more How Can I Bring Google Apps and Project Based Learning Together?

Scaffolding Instruction

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Anticipatory Sets

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Using Stations in ELA

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Incorporating Movement in the Classroom

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The Literary Maven: Shifting Hands-on Stations to Digital Collaboration

Activities that were once hands-on are now digital with three possibilities for collaboration: small group lessons, partner work, or peer review.

MOVEMENT & LEARNING - Ten easy ways to make it happen in your secondary classroom. As a student, I do not always like getting up and moving, but I know it always to my benefit. Here are some good ways to incorporate movement in the class! Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Instructional Design, Teaching Ideas, High School Classroom, English Classroom, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources
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Brainstorming Techniques

When you have a problem to solve but you just can't find a way to tackle it, you may find that brainstorming can help you find the solution. Brainstorming can help you find an innovative solution to a difficult problem. These techniques are easy to learn and apply.

Curriculum, Unit, and Lesson Planning

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Plan for Next Year: Organize the Year, Topics & Daily Lessons

Are you planning for the next school year yet? Do you plan out the teaching units and themes for the year? How do you plan your school week? Or even your lesson plans for the day? Here is how to plan out your school year, your weekly topics and themes, and figure out what to teach each day. This is perfect for new teachers and veteran teachers who need to revamp their teaching calendar.

Differentiation and the Exceptional Child

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Nerdy Lesson Planning Resources

In order to apply learning theory to mobile learning, you must first understand the three learning theories behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism and the techniques that are known to promote learning. Adapted from Applying Learning Theory to Mobil Educational Theories, Educational Psychology, Educational Technology, Theories Of Learning, Technology Tools, Learning Styles, Learning Tools, Learning Techniques, Instructional Strategies
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Applying Learning Theory to Mobile Learning

Mobile devices have become an important part of our daily lives and, because of our familiarity with the technology, present a terrific opportunity to enhance learning and development. But to incorporate mobile technology into training, we must first fully understand what mobile learning (m-learning) is, and then identify the movement, adoption, and implementation of m-learning as a learning strategy.In this issue of TD at Work, you will learn about: • the varying definitions of m-learning…

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How to scaffold children's learning

Vygotsky believed teaching's purpose was to develop new knowledge, scaffolding through the ZPD is integral in supporting this learning.

With the explosion of Marzano framework for teacher evaluations, and Marzano Scales refocusing classroom instruction, I get a lot of questions from teachers trying to figure out how to write their … Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies, Instructional Design, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Instructional Technology, Teaching Vocabulary, Learning Theory, Learning Goals
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5 Tips for Writing Marzano Scales

Is it just me, or is it a little bit time-consuming to create unique Marzano scales? What I find most difficult is deciding what content or sub-goal should be at each level under the primary goal. …

Blooms taxonomy - 20 Creative Bloom’s Taxonomy Infographics Everybody Loves Using – Blooms taxonomy Blooms Taxonomy Verbs, Blooms Taxonomy Poster, Blooms Taxonomy Questions, Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Instructional Technology, Teaching Art
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20 Creative Bloom's Taxonomy Infographics Everybody Loves Using

If you want some terrific Bloom's Taxonomy infographics that are some of the most popular on the Web, look no further. We've got XX of them for you here.

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In order to apply learning theory to mobile learning, you must first understand the three learning theories behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism and the techniques that are known to promote learning. Adapted from Applying Learning Theory to Mobil Educational Theories, Educational Psychology, Educational Technology, Theories Of Learning, Technology Tools, Learning Styles, Learning Tools, Learning Techniques, Instructional Strategies
Educational PsychologyTheories Of LearningTechnology Tools

Applying Learning Theory to Mobile Learning

Mobile devices have become an important part of our daily lives and, because of our familiarity with the technology, present a terrific opportunity to enhance learning and development. But to incorporate mobile technology into training, we must first fully understand what mobile learning (m-learning) is, and then identify the movement, adoption, and implementation of m-learning as a learning strategy.In this issue of TD at Work, you will learn about: • the varying definitions of m-learning…

  Psychology Notes, Cognitive Psychology, School Psychology, Educational Theories, Educational Technology, Levels Of Autism, New Vocabulary Words, Visible Learning, Levels Of Understanding
Psychology NotesCognitive PsychologySchool PsychologyLevels Of AutismVisible Learning

How to scaffold children's learning

Vygotsky believed teaching's purpose was to develop new knowledge, scaffolding through the ZPD is integral in supporting this learning.

Writing Essential Questions for your units may seem like a new concept, but it's the most important engagement strategy that we can harness as middle school teachers and high school teachers. A unit shaped and inspired by an essential question drives students inquiry and encourages student centered lesson planning. Here is advice for lesson and unit planning.

Essential Questions for High Classroom Engagement

Writing Essential Questions for your units may seem like a new concept, but it's the most important engagement strategy that we can harness as middle school teachers and high school teachers. A unit shaped and inspired by an essential question drives students inquiry and encourages student centered lesson planning. Here is advice for lesson and unit planning.

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The Literary Maven: Shifting Hands-on Stations to Digital Collaboration

Activities that were once hands-on are now digital with three possibilities for collaboration: small group lessons, partner work, or peer review.

BCQ is a prereading strategy that makes the prereading process visible to readers. This minilesson will provide your readers with the tools they need to actively engage in prereading. Readers need tools to use before reading to get familiar with a new book. Check out this BCQ Prereading Strategy Minilesson. Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources, Teacher Shirts, New Books, Let It Be, Teaching Tools, Teacher T Shirts
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How to Engage Readers in Prereading

BCQ is a prereading strategy that makes the prereading process visible to readers. This minilesson will provide your readers with the tools they need to actively engage in prereading. Readers need tools to use before reading to get familiar with a new book. Check out this BCQ Prereading Strategy Minilesson.

MOVEMENT & LEARNING - Ten easy ways to make it happen in your secondary classroom. As a student, I do not always like getting up and moving, but I know it always to my benefit. Here are some good ways to incorporate movement in the class! Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Instructional Design, Teaching Ideas, High School Classroom, English Classroom, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources
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Brainstorming Techniques

When you have a problem to solve but you just can't find a way to tackle it, you may find that brainstorming can help you find the solution. Brainstorming can help you find an innovative solution to a difficult problem. These techniques are easy to learn and apply.

How to teach Project Based Learning, Project Based Learning in grade, Project Based Learning in grade, PBL Proje Problem Based Learning, Inquiry Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Learning Activities, Notes Tumblr, First Grade Projects, Social Studies Classroom, Flipped Classroom, Science Classroom
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How to Teach Project Based Learning - Special Treat Friday

Don't let Project Based Learning overwhelm you, it is a fun process where the students are engaged, learning and using their life skills.

Two new gold-standard studies provide compelling evidence that project-based learning is an effective strategy for all students—including historically marginalized ones. Learning Activities, High Schools, Career, Study, Education, Students, Explore, Fun, Kids
High SchoolsStudyStudentsKids

New Research Makes a Powerful Case for PBL

Two new gold-standard studies provide compelling evidence that project-based learning is an effective strategy for all students—including historically marginalized ones.

"I Have a Time Machine" is a great poem for teaching main idea and analyzing how figurative language intersects with theme, point of view, and structure. To help you teach this living poet, I have designed main idea questions, analysis questions, and a symbolism extension activity. Includes a fillable .pdf. Everything is also available in Google Drive. Let me know how this works in your classroom! Teaching living poets is one of my favorite ways to help students connect with literature… Teaching Main Idea, Teaching Secondary, Mentor Texts, Mentor Sentences, Great Poems, Teaching Poetry, Levels Of Understanding, Authors Purpose, High School English
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“I Have a Time Machine” by Brenda Shaughnessy Reading Analysis Questions

"I Have a Time Machine" is a great poem for teaching main idea and analyzing how figurative language intersects with theme, point of view, and structure. To help you teach this living poet, I have designed main idea questions, analysis questions, and a symbolism extension activity. Includes a fillable .pdf. Everything is also available in Google Drive. Let me know how this works in your classroom! Teaching living poets is one of my favorite ways to help students connect with literature…

Board but NOT BORING: My Go-to Collaborative Activity for Secondary ELA — Bespoke ELA: Essay Writing Tips + Lesson Plans Collaborative Strategies, Essay Writing Tips, High School English, Class Activities, Student Reading, Test Prep, Lesson Plans, Bespoke, Teaching

Board but NOT BORING: My Go-to Collaborative Activity for Secondary ELA — Bespoke ELA: Essay Writing Tips + Lesson Plans

For this interactive lesson, students will use the board in order to interact with each other. It also provides a means for assessment during a class period. Students can collaborate and use the board to brainstorm new ideas, share information, or reflect upon the lesson/ activity/ project from th

Project-based learning often starts with a driving question. The driving question clarifies the purpose and goals of the experience, which makes the experience as a whole seamless for students. The driving question includes an action, an audience, impact, and more. Check out this blog post for details and a template for writing driving questions. #projectbasedlearning Social Studies Lesson Plans, Math Lesson Plans, Learn Drive, English Lesson Plans, Experiential Learning, Teaching Language Arts, Project Based Learning, Teacher Blogs
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How to Write a Project-Based Learning Driving Question in 5 Quick Steps

Project-based learning often starts with a driving question. The driving question clarifies the purpose and goals of the experience, which makes the experience as a whole seamless for students. The driving question includes an action, an audience, impact, and more. Check out this blog post for details and a template for writing driving questions. #projectbasedlearning

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How to Push the Boundaries of School with Dynamic Learning

Does your classroom offer one-and-done types of learning activities, or does the learning grow, inspire, and evolve throughout the year and beyond? With tools like G Suite for Education that are available 24/7, the learning doesn’t have to stop when the bell rings at the end of class, or when the worksheet is turned in, or even when the school year ends. The learning takes on a life of its own; it becomes dynamic. This concept alone should change the way you think about learning in general…

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5 Ways to Use Google Forms During Project Based Learning

If you're looking for ways to use Google Forms during Project Based Learning, click through to keep students engaged, make grading easier, and even more.

Grab a FREE template for guided reading schedules. These schedules are all compl… Grab a FREE template for guided reading schedules. These schedules are all completely editable! Guided Reading Organization, Guided Reading Activities, Guided Reading Lessons, Guided Reading Groups, Reading Resources, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Strategies, Guided Reading Template
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Upper Elementary Guided Reading Groups - Ashleigh's Education Journey

When it comes to teaching upper elementary, guided reading groups are one of the most complex areas of planning and instruction. I still remember when I first started teaching thinking, “Okay, I have my groups. Now what do I do.” Hopefully, this blog post will be helpful to anyone who has experienced that same thought […]

Increase student engagement and student performance by changing the way you assess! High School English, English Class, Teaching English, Ela Classroom, Future Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Student Performance, Learning Goals, Project Based Learning

Project-based Learning in the ELA Classroom

Increase student engagement and student performance by changing the way you assess!