#infographic | What type of learnert are you? | Not everyone learns in the same way. According to one survery, respondents were broken down as follows (by learning style): Visual Learners: 20.6% Auditory Learners: 25.1% Kinesthetic Learners: 27.6% Read/Write Learners: 26.8%
Classroom "Parking Lot." Assign all students a parking place. When you need to do a quick, short exit pass,have the kids write their work on post-it notes and stick them to this poster. Each student will use their number (assigned by teacher). You can quickly record their scores. To differentiate this assignment, give out different colored post-its and direct the children to answer a certain question based on the color of their post-it. Love this idea!!
Love this idea to teach kids giving a book a chance. "Blind Date with a Book" Activity for independent reading. Wrap up books and decorate with key words that relate to each. Students pick a book, unwrap it, record it and read for 30 pages. Good date=keep it, finish it, review it. Bad date=return it, and write about why it wasn't the book for you. Great "get to know yourself as a reader" activity! I am SO doing this!
"Instant Data As we went over each question, I had students color in the square if they had that question wrong. Once we were done with the test, I took each strip and taped them to a manilla folder. INSTANT data!!! I did not have to plug numbers into a computer. I can clearly see that question 9 is one I really need to go over."
THANK YOU. Middle school and even high school appropriate classroom management ideas that are practical, useful, and boost economy of effort for teachers and students. Oh, joy, finally a resource that calls my name! So many excellent ideas for a professional, mature yet functioning, fun, and learning-filled classroom!