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A HyperStudio Book Report Project
Here's a tip that invovles interdisciplary lessons around the reading of one book. Learn more about Ms. Thatcher's "HyperStudio Book Report Project" and how it works for her.
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Appropriate Feedback
Ms. May’s students learn to make positive comments and give constructive criticism when analyzing their peer’s work. Read about how she models appropriate feedback for her students and makes use of her unique Glow and Grow worksheets.
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Art Club
Ms. Talbott offers a creative tip for art class that invites students' help in crafting a curriculum as well as enliting parents' help!
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Assigned Weekly Monitors
See how Ms. Epstein keeps track of student helpers' assignments while cutting down on the 'pick me! pick me!' clamoring from her most eager helpers.
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Backchannel Discussions
Tech-savvy teachers like Ms. M. are using backchannels to manage large group discussions and other classroom activities to save time, facilitate feedback, and make sure even the shiest of students participate
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Beach Ball Review
This review activity is a ball -- literally. A beach ball, to be specific. Find out how Ms. Egan gets her entire class actively engaged in this test-prep game that puts everyone in a good mood.
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Beowulf Game
The tip emphasizes cooperative learning, allows students to contribute their expertise, and really stretches their thoughts. See how Ms. Keihle uses an Old Englis epic poem to create mutli-purpose learning experience!
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Caught Doing Something Good
Caught Ya! Ms. Ashworth rewards her students PECK points when they do the right thing. Students have an opportunity to win small prizes each week and use their PECK points for extra credit on quizzes and tests.
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Charting Class Participation
For this foreign language teacher, managing classroom discussion and encouraging full participation is a must. Her technique for getting students to speak up, and her strategy for tracking their participation, will work in any class.
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Encouraging Classroom Participation
The sound of silence is seldom a problem in Mr. Albrantdt’s science class. His students are eager to participate in classroom discussions. Find out why.
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