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Adopt an Acre of Rainforest
My class studied the rainforest and decided that we wanted to educate others about how deforestation affects us all. I divided the class into groups, which researched...
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Art Exchange
My students use email to exchange information with students at another high school. At the end of the year, we use video distancing equipment to interact with the other students and critique each othe...
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Ask Three Before Me
This "oldie but goodie" still has legs. Teaching in a K-6 computer lab with 20+ students at a time can be quite taxing when the questions come fast and furious...
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Character Plotting
Ms. Postman’s primary school competes in a yearly Behavior Bowl. Read about how classes collect football points for good behavior and drive the field for touchdowns, treats and a school-wide celebration.
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City Math
While studying geometry, students create a three-dimensional model city. Students have specific design and planning responsibilities and are required to use geometric shapes and angles to build and describe their imaginary city.
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Class History Book
I bring in the newspaper from home everyday until I have six days worth. I divide my class into groups and ask them to find an article with an international dateline, another state's dateline and a da...
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Comparing Poems
In our school, students often read and write poetry, but some standardized tests now require students to compare poems. So we read a poem a day or week depending on schedules. We talk about the feelin...
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Cooking Party
Ms. Hardman hosts an after school cooking party, a voluntary activity that not only produces a yummy snack but also promotes non-verbal communication - all questions and answers must be conveyed with hand gestures or written on the chalkboard.
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Cooperative Groups
One suggestion for keeping students on task is to form cooperative groups. Depending on the structure of your activity, assign students to groups of 3 or 4. Give each student a responsibility and hold...
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Counting Combinatorics
In a mathematics course that I teach, there is an advanced unit in counting combinatorics. As a cooperative assessment, I give the kids the odds against being dealt all possible five-card hands in a g...
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