Students will put together puzzles of images from any history unit to review what they learned.
Well it took almost a full school year, but thanks to a professional development I went to, I found a review technique ALL of my 7th graders were on board with. I call it “True, False, Fix.” The PD person led us through a variety of strategies, and […]
My goal this semester is to try a new strategy or technique once a unit in all of my classes. It’s a lofty goal but thanks to my teacher friends (some of whom have shared their ideas at the bottom of this post) and Pinterest I think I’ll be […]
As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I like to keep myself and my students on our toes by not getting into an activities rut. Today I’m sharing 3 of my favorite ways to review a topic. You can read about some of my other go-to “get students engaged” strategies and […]
When I was introduced to list-group-label in my education classes, I mentally scoffed at it. I didn’t see the value in it, I thought it was painlessly simplistic, and that it couldn’t possibly offer any real value to students. Well, I officially take all that back. I’ve used […]
Both my students and I look forward to pamphlet projects. I love that they can get creative and they love not writing essays. First and foremost, students have to be concise in pamphlets. They only have so much space in which to present their information, and depending on […]