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A Math Station Activity with More than One Answer

January29

“How’s this? Did I get it right?” Students ask their teachers these two questions quite a bit in the classroom. If a problem truly is being solved, there very may well be multiple methods, viewpoints and solutions to be considered. There doesn’t have to be only one right answer, and for many students that concept […]

Organize with a YouTube Playlist

December20

Video is a great way to grab your students’ attention. The right video can jump start a unit, teach a tricky concept, deepen understanding or serve as a review. Often videos are watched whole class with a classroom discussion following, or a teacher may assign a video in Google Classroom for independent viewing and commenting. […]

Digital Lesson Creator

June7

Recently, someone shared Blendspace with me. If you want to create stations, differentiate instruction and/or preview, enhance or review topics with students, you’ll want to check out this quick demo of this service: Using Google Classroom? Blendspace lessons may be a perfect match for organizing links and online content for access via a Classroom Assignment. […]

FlipQuiz

June3

Knowing that teachers do not have a lot of time to read these days… I will get straight to it: FlipQuiz looks like a very simple, free tool to give a try. (Think Jeopardy board.) It’s a perfect solution to engage students in a review quiz using our classroom mounted projectors. The quiz even could […]

It’s the Little Things…

October29

Being an elementary educator, I know that it’s those little things that can make our days… especially when those little things help us manage and engage a classroom of students! At MassCUE in Suzy Brooks‘ presentation, “Technically Invisible,” I came across such a tool that I think teachers with mounted projectors will love to try […]

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