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Scaffolding Instruction
Anticipatory Sets
Project Based and Cooperative Learning
Using Stations in ELA
Incorporating Movement in the Classroom
Curriculum, Unit, and Lesson Planning
Differentiation and the Exceptional Child
Nerdy Lesson Planning Resources
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Scaffolding Instruction

Shakespearean or English sonnets remain part of many high school English classes. Regardless of how you feel about Shakespeare personally, sonnets are a great way to help students see the connection between poetry, structure, meter, and meaning. With an inquiry-based learning approach, you can gamify the experiences of learning about Shakespeare's sonnets and make poetry fun for everyone!

How to Use Inquiry Based Learning to Introduce Shakespearean Sonnets

Make introducing Shakespearean sonnets engaging and memorable for students! Help students internalize and apply poetic form and meter!

Anticipatory Sets

5 Engaging Ways to Introduce New Content Need a quick way to introduce new content that will grab your students' attention? You can be sure that at least one of these five engaging strategies will be perfect for your lesson! Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Ideas, Student Teaching, Differentiation Strategies, Differentiated Instruction, Help Teaching, Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies
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5 Engaging Ways to Introduce New Content

Need a quick way to introduce new content that will grab your students' attention? You can be sure that at least one of these five engaging strategies will be perfect for your lesson!

Project Based and Cooperative Learning

3 Strategies to Help Middle and High School Students Move From Start to Finish in Project-Based Learning | Edutopia

3 Strategies to Help Students Move From Start to Finish in PBL

Between the launch of a project-based learning unit and the final presentation, targeted instruction and feedback are crucial for student success.

Project based learning (PBL) satisfies students’ need to touch, experience, and interact with their lessons. Use these five project based learning ideas and structures to start your classroom on the path to experiential learning. Problem Based Learning, Inquiry Based Learning, Learning Theory, Experiential Learning, Project Based Learning, Student Learning, Ways Of Learning, Blended Learning, Teaching Methods
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How to Use Project Based Learning in Your Classroom

Sitting quietly and reading a textbook can make even the most devoted student's mind wander. Instead, use these project based learning ideas to design lessons that excite and involve even the most inattentive learners.

Using Stations in ELA

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5 Ways to Keep Students on Task During Group Work - Learning in Room 213

How do you keep students on task during group work? Check out these classroom-test strategies from Jackie in Room 213.

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Learning Stations: One of my Favourites from 2015 - Learning in Room 213

Terrific blog entry! Learning stations are perfect for the secondary classroom.

Incorporating Movement in the Classroom

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Curriculum, Unit, and Lesson Planning

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How to Create a Unit Plan

Unit plans are beneficial in the lesson planning process. A step-by-step approach on how to create a unit plan and its various components.

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Make your weekly lesson plans easy with this FREE lesson plans template. It's easy to use and organize for a smooth free week!

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Standards Based Teaching and Assessment Teacher PD Series

Standards Based Teaching and Assessment Teacher PD Series➤Standards Based Teaching, Standards Based Assessments, RtI, Enrichment, Teacher Planning, Professional Development, Student Mastery of Content➤This is a quick reference guide for using STANDARDS to guided your teaching and assessment. This w...

Differentiation and the Exceptional Child

Differentiated Instruction Lesson Plan Template Lovely the 12 Best Differentiated Instruction Strategies for Cte Differentiated Instruction Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Differentiation Strategies, Differentiated Kindergarten, Teaching Methodology, Rubrics, Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies, Instructional Technology
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9 Best Differentiated Instruction Strategies for CTE

Need to mix it up in your classroom? Read this list of differentiated instruction strategies to help your students succeed in your classes.

Nerdy Lesson Planning Resources

Learn the difference between the two types of understanding and how to provide opportunities of procedural and conceptual questioning in your classroom. We'll look at examples of word problems that impact learning. Classroom Procedures, Math Classroom, Classroom Setup, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, Math Measurement, Math Fractions, Elementary Math, Upper Elementary
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The Difference Between Procedural and Conceptual Understanding

Learn the difference between the two types of understanding and how to provide opportunities of procedural and conceptual questioning in your classroom. We'll look at examples of word problems that impact learning.

In order to apply learning theory to mobile learning, you must first understand the three learning theories behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism and the techniques that are known to promote learning. Adapted from Applying Learning Theory to Mobil Educational Theories, Educational Psychology, Educational Technology, Theories Of Learning, Technology Tools, Learning Styles, Learning Tools, Learning Techniques, Instructional Strategies
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Applying Learning Theory to Mobile Learning

Mobile devices have become an important part of our daily lives and, because of our familiarity with the technology, present a terrific opportunity to enhance learning and development. But to incorporate mobile technology into training, we must first fully understand what mobile learning (m-learning) is, and then identify the movement, adoption, and implementation of m-learning as a learning strategy.In this issue of TD at Work, you will learn about: • the varying definitions of m-learning…

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How to Create a Unit Plan

Unit plans are beneficial in the lesson planning process. A step-by-step approach on how to create a unit plan and its various components.

How to Create Memorable Lesson Plans - Write on With Miss G

How to Create Memorable Lesson Plans - Write on With Miss G

How to create memorable lessons: 5 teacher takeaways after reading Made to Stick by Chip and Dan Heath. Engaging lesson ideas & creative tips

STEM is more than just a buzzword. And if you are committed to infusing STEM and project-based learning into your classroom, I have an excellent resource for you! #YoungScientist #ScienceTeacher #Science #sponsored

How to Integrate Project-Based STEM Challenges into Your Teaching - Class Tech Tips

STEM is more than just a buzzword. And if you are committed to infusing STEM and project-based learning into your classroom, I have an excellent resource for you! #YoungScientist #ScienceTeacher #Science #sponsored

How do you ever start to put your students into groups? When you start to meet with your students, you want to make sure you are grouping students for centers in a way that is going to make all your hard work worth it! Grouping Students, Hard Work, Meet, Teaching, Easy, Work Hard, Teaching Manners, Working Hard, Learning
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Grouping Students in Centers

How do you ever start to put your students into groups? When you start to meet with your students, you want to make sure you are grouping students for centers in a way that is going to make all your hard work worth it!

Shakespearean or English sonnets remain part of many high school English classes. Regardless of how you feel about Shakespeare personally, sonnets are a great way to help students see the connection between poetry, structure, meter, and meaning. With an inquiry-based learning approach, you can gamify the experiences of learning about Shakespeare's sonnets and make poetry fun for everyone!

How to Use Inquiry Based Learning to Introduce Shakespearean Sonnets

Make introducing Shakespearean sonnets engaging and memorable for students! Help students internalize and apply poetic form and meter!

Learn the difference between the two types of understanding and how to provide opportunities of procedural and conceptual questioning in your classroom. We'll look at examples of word problems that impact learning. Classroom Procedures, Math Classroom, Classroom Setup, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, Math Measurement, Math Fractions, Elementary Math, Upper Elementary
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The Difference Between Procedural and Conceptual Understanding

Learn the difference between the two types of understanding and how to provide opportunities of procedural and conceptual questioning in your classroom. We'll look at examples of word problems that impact learning.

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Interesting Visual Featuring 6 Instructional Strategies That Sticks

Interesting Visual Featuring 6 Instructional Strategies That Sticks ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

5 Engaging Ways to Introduce New Content Need a quick way to introduce new content that will grab your students' attention? You can be sure that at least one of these five engaging strategies will be perfect for your lesson! Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Ideas, Student Teaching, Differentiation Strategies, Differentiated Instruction, Help Teaching, Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies
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5 Engaging Ways to Introduce New Content

Need a quick way to introduce new content that will grab your students' attention? You can be sure that at least one of these five engaging strategies will be perfect for your lesson!

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Making Learning STICK - Teaching Strategies Proven by Neuroscience

Making Learning STICK - Teaching Strategies Proven by Neuroscience -- Help students retain information in long-term memory with these 5 methods

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3 Reasons Why Faculty Meetings Are a Waste of Time (Opinion)

There are at least two areas where school leaders waste the time of teachers. The faculty meeting is one of them and here are 3 reasons why.

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Educational Leadership - The first thing students need to learn is what they're supposed to be learning. #learningtargets #settinggoals

9 Resources for Women's History Month

9 Resources for Women's History Month

Women’s History Month each year is a fabulous time for teachers to recommit to integrating the experiences of women and girls into instruction on history and contemporary society all year. Check out the following 10 classroom resources that offer a historical look at women making history in various contexts and/or a bridge that helps you and your students explore connections between women’s history and women’s experiences today.

Macbeth was the first Shakespeare play I ever taught, and it helped me appreciate how much fun your students can have while acting out a drama in the classroom.However, this experience also helped me understand what aspects of a Shakespearean drama frustrate students and teachers. For these reasons, I created an abridged and modified version of Macbeth. Every scene has been condensed. I have included the reading side-by-side with questions and activities to guide students through the play…

Abridged and Modified Macbeth Side-by-Side Text and Questions Bundle / 60 pgs

Macbeth was the first Shakespeare play I ever taught, and it helped me appreciate how much fun your students can have while acting out a drama in the classroom.However, this experience also helped me understand what aspects of a Shakespearean drama frustrate students and teachers. For these reasons, I created an abridged and modified version of Macbeth. Every scene has been condensed. I have included the reading side-by-side with questions and activities to guide students through the play…

I'm always looking for poems my students haven't already read. And I'm also interested in poets and poems my students don't already know. Jamaal May's work fits these needs and interests. He is a living black poet whose work most of my students have never explored. He's also a deft writer whose writing leaves readers with room for inference. In the case of "Respiration," May builds a powerful motif and uses a small moment to explore much larger parts of the human experience. #ela #poetry… Classroom Environment, A Classroom, Black Poets, Classroom Community, Inference, Going Back To School, New School Year, High School Students, Social Justice
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"Respiration" by Jamaal May Reading Analysis Questions and Extension Activity

I'm always looking for poems my students haven't already read. And I'm also interested in poets and poems my students don't already know. Jamaal May's work fits these needs and interests. He is a living black poet whose work most of my students have never explored. He's also a deft writer whose writing leaves readers with room for inference. In the case of "Respiration," May builds a powerful motif and uses a small moment to explore much larger parts of the human experience. #ela #poetry…

3 Strategies to Help Middle and High School Students Move From Start to Finish in Project-Based Learning | Edutopia

3 Strategies to Help Students Move From Start to Finish in PBL

Between the launch of a project-based learning unit and the final presentation, targeted instruction and feedback are crucial for student success.