How do I use QR Code Centers? How To for quickly adding a QR code center to your classroom. Links to FREEBIE Synonyms and Antonyms QR code activity, so you can try using QR codes in your classroom for free! QR codes link to labeled photos of correct answers to make it self-checking. Perfect for iPad classrooms, BYOT, / BYOD, ELLs, and active students that need to move as they work! #Teachering
Have you chosen your word for 2017? Here's mine! In my search for the right word I realized Discipline fits for both areas I want to work on: 1) self-control (esp. financial), healthier habits and just better follow-through on goals in general, and 2) to start reading again, taking classes, and growing creative skills through daily practice. 👍🏻 All of the cursive titles on here are from a One Little Word stamp set by @aliedwardsdesigninc Check out her OLW workshop and amazing products in…
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Evaluating Functions made fun! Instead of doing another boring worksheet, try a scavenger hunt and get the kids out of their seats and moving around while they evaluate functions! This self-checking scavenger hunt consists of 10 problems that require students to evaluate functions, either in equation form or graphically.