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Cooperative Groups
Ms. Horner's tip not only helps keep students on task, it teaches them responsibility and accountability. See if her tip can work for you!
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Cooperative Tables
Joyce’s students sit at group tables instead of individual desks. The arrangement maximizes space in her classroom and helps build community. Read about how she organizes supplies for each group and chooses a daily captain to distribute materials.
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Differentiated Reading
Teaching reading is challenging when your students are at a wide range of skill levels. Here are some tips that can keep your higher level readers chellanged and your lower level readers improving!
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Nouns and Verbs
These songs and costumes ideas were created by Ms. Hyler and Ms. Barns to teach collaborative language arts. It's a memorable lesson and provides the added benefit of a multi-sensory approach needed for L.D. children.
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Podcasting Book Response
To encourage reading at Ms Marchesano's high school, students conduct podcast book reviews. It's a cool way to let them use technology over a popular medium to share and discuss books they've read.
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Recycled Waste Paper Project
This fun spring project gives students real experience with recycling and reusing common classroom waste and helps them understand the importance of keeping the environment clean and safe.
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Spanish Skit Dialogues
Amy G. likes to help student pairs construct skit dialogues at the end of a unit with recycled and current content and vocabulary. With props and preparation, this fun activity also serves as an effective learning experience.
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