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    In My Classroom

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    Great activity to get students to dig into the text to "show me the evidence."

    Teaching in Room 6: Digging in to Find Evidence

    Student Work display

    Setting Up My Classroom Day 1-2

    Personality, Learning Style, and Multiple Intelligences - all on one page! LOVE THIS!!! I want to make the sections flipable with more info on the inside.

    Everybody is a Genius: Me at a Glance

    Infographic: 10 Trends to Personalize Learning in 2015 - See more at: www.personalizele...

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    clever classroom sign

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    Zone of proximal development. Based on visualizing Lev Vygotsky's theory.

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    Infographic containing a detailed analysis and chart of every single learning theory. Go to the original site to zoom in and study.

    A Visual Guide To Every Single Learning Theory - Edudemic

    People of Pedagogy Lev Vygotsky is a behaviourist theorist Jean Piaget is much reputed for his theory of children's cognitive development Brumer's insightsin perceptive abilities of learners and its correlation with the learning motivation. Bloom a thinking continuum to help them define how well a skill or competency is learned or mastered. Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences Erikson's theory of psychosocial development

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    what lights your fire? #inspiration #quote #inspire www.allielefevere...

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    Memory Wheels - First Day, Last Day, and Any Day in Between! Memory wheels are great for an end of year activity. Would also be great after a unit or a field trip.

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    BRILLIANT! During communicative activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers!

    Hole Punch | The Comprehensible Classroom

    Show What You Know! Active Engagement

    Corkboard Connections: Show What You Know!

    Make it Visible

    Teacher Trap: 50 Shades of Grades


    Bloom's revised Taxonomy with verbs!

    The Creative Classroom: Classroom Decorations on a Budget

    The Creative Classroom: Classroom Decorations on a Budget

    Patriotic subway art "I Pledge of Allegiance" sign

    I Pledge of Allegiance Patriotic Sign

    Students from kindergarten to 12th grade can learn to compare and contrast, to describe and explain, if they are taught these words explicitly. Marilee Sprenger has curated a list of the critical words students must know to be successful with the Common Core State Standards. ***The layout of this book is easy on the eyes, the lists are thorough, and the exercises are engaging. Two thumbs up from me!

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    Young Teacher Love: Walking Through Standards Based Grading: Part 3 and a *NEW* Reporting Tool!

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    READING STRATEGIES THAT WORK: Reading is Thinking chart

    Teacher Trap: Reading is Thinking!

    Information on Using Sticky Notes In the Classroom!

    HoJos Teaching Adventures: Using Sticky Notes In the Classroom

    Who needs a 6 page syllabus anyway?

    Twitter / talkEDtv: Who needs a six-page syllabus ...

    Writing Prompt: This prompt is great because it is personal to each student. I like that it allows students to really think about themselves and it would let them be more invested in the piece of writing. Having prompts about students and their lives is a great strategy to get students engaged and writing.

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    An excellent discussion of non-food rewards written from a Mom's perspective ... One who doesn't allow her child "junk" food. I have to admit to not thinking about this from that side!

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    The Padagogy Wheel … it’s a Bloomin’ Better Way to Teach

    The Padagogy Wheel – Activities in Bloom’s Taxonomy made possible through apps on an iPad.

    The 4-Step Guide To Critical Thinking Skills

    The 4-Step Guide To Critical Thinking Skills | Edudemic