Although President’s day is past, this Pinterest Inspired President’s and DIY Lesson pLan book is a very cool idea. I love post it notes and would suggest that you use super sticky post it tabs. I really like this idea because you can move the lessons around as needed. In fact, I’m considering moving to this approach. I really like it. If you make your own lesson plan books, this is worth reviewing.
Debate the crucible as the Salem Witch Trial anniversary approaches. This is a lesson plan and assessment rubric, and a character sheet for assignment of roles.
A great resource to download and use in professional development or share with teachers.
This is a chapter from teacher training expert Gererd Dixie’s new book The Ultimate Teaching Manual. Here Gererd explains how you can use Bloom’s Taxonomy to plan questions to use in class.
A powerpoint featuring Renaissance art for review if you’re discussing history or key art terms.
this is an older post but I reviewed it tonight and it is still current. If you want to learn what Web 2 is and get comfortable with the terminology, this is a very simple walk through.
A lovely video explaining how RSS works. This is great for you to use to learn about RSS or to share with students. If you join common craft, you can download the video or embed it.
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