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Element Mobiles
Looking for a unique way to acquaint your science learners with the Periodic Table? Tap their creativity! See how Dr. Elena Maldonado-Vargas does it, and if her tip work for you!
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Famous Scientists
Ms. Maldonado-Vargas motivates her science learners by tapping their creative juices. See how she incorporates the arts into the study of atomic theory!
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Flags Around the Classroom
Ms. Marcolina found a creative way for students to learn geography, be artistic and add character to their classroom walls.
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Graphic Report Presentations
Assigning a book report can get a collective "ugh" from your classroom, but this tip may get students more motivated to perform. Read about it here.
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Interview Skills
This fun, skill-intensive project focuses on interviewing and presentation skills, and will help students stay engaged and focused as spring fever starts to kick in. Everyone gets involved – no slackers allowed!
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Learning Difficult Vocabulary
Elizabeth C. shares a few vocabulary strategies that are not only fun, but really help the students remember tough words from their reading. Read more about "Learning Difficult Vocabulary", here.
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Math Modeling with White Boards
Working in groups, Ms. Samson's physics students put preliminary graphs and the math model of white boards. When they present their findings, she asks questions and that's when things get really interesting!
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Mythological Characters
Ms. Reis says this is one of her most successful projects for teaching world literature. Her students select one character from Green and Roman mythology. What happens next is why they rated this project "high in personal emjoyment". Read more!
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Oral Presentations
Ms. Martin decided it's never too early to learn Power Point, so she taught it to her students. Result? Even her most reluctant speakers gave excellent presentations!
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Rubric for Classroom Presentations
My teammate and I include Audience Behavior on every rubric or score sheet for projects.
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