Fri, Nov 20, 2020 1:33 PM in Kinesthetic Opportunities in STEM
What I think of when reading your post, is a lesson I have participated in as a preservice teacher, with the supervising teacher and 5th graders in my field placement. The topic was the solar system, and each student drew names of planets from a bowl (including the asteroid belt) the teacher was the sun, and each student (there were only 9 because of the way hybrid is set up here)...
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Fri, Nov 20, 2020 1:02 PM in Distance Learning Problems
Give generationgenius.com a try!
A colleague of mine has given me this resource, so big thank you to her! Generation Genius is full of K-8 easy to access lessons, vocabulary, extension questions, place-based activities that can be done with odds and ends from home, full-length lessons for the classroom or for virtual learning, and assessments in various forms for each lesson. Extremely well or...
Thu, Oct 15, 2020 11:04 AM in New Teacher Question
You could do a daily exit ticket, but have it count as a participation grade if you have too many to actually read. I also think you could do the exit ticket when it's something they may be tested on or at the end of a unit (like making sure they're meeting a benchmark), and this could be for participation grade, read them all, and use it as an informal assessment.
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Tue, Sep 15, 2020 7:52 PM Interactive book
I love how this book is informative and lets the reader take part in quizzes and slideshows that help reteach the material. The only issue I had with this book was that I the final assessment did not become available when I completed the e-book, like the page says.
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