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Crime Lab Science
Mr. Hurley figured out what lab activities created the most enthusiasm with his science learners and created a cross-curricular approach that has caught attention throughout his region. Read about his tips right here!
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Dear Abby
If your students are “Upset and Unhappy,” Ms. Mitchell has a unique writing activity that involves anonymous role-playing and supplies advice for whatever ails them.
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Grabbing Students’ Interest
Ms. Matway makes her own videos, assigns her students the roles of detective, newscaster, CEO, or anything else it takes to motivate them for a new lesson plan or assignment.
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Making Vocabulary Come to Life
When Barb B. was looking for a dynamic way to teach vocabulary, she found it in her school's drama department. Se hos he incorporated basic acting techniques and why it's working for her - and her students!
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Moving to the Kindergarten Classroom
For anyone moving from middle school or upper primary grades to kindergarten, be prepared for a vast difference in attention span and level of independence. With that in mind, Ms. Martin has spelled out some valuable tips for you.
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