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Q and A Match-Up: A Cooperative Learning Strategy (Post 2 of 5)

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Q and A Match-Up: A Cooperative Learning Strategy (Post 2 of 5)

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from Corkboard Connections

5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play

5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play - Awesome guest post and freebie by Leigh from the Applicious Teacher with 5 terrific (and easy) math games

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5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play

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Love this!!! Beginning of the year- COOPERATION! Teams race to build the highest tower using spaghetti and marshmallows. When the time is up (10 mins) discuss what made teams successful.

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School Counselor Blog: Spaghetti, Marshmallows, and COOPERATION!

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Minute to Win it Games for all ages. Fun and creative games for kid and adult parties.

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Minute to Win it Games

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from Cult of Pedagogy

In Praise of Think-Pair-Share

In Praise of Think-Pair-Share: Click the image above to go to our 16-minute podcast about the benefits of this strategy and some tips for making the most of it.

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In Praise of Think-Pair-Share

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Great tips for using Table Captains in the classroom!

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Table Captains

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from Teaching in the Fast Lane

Making Test Prep Fun 4-Numbered Heads Together

Using the Kagan strategy Numbered Heads Together for review!

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from Scholastic Teachers

Building Classroom Community

Building a classroom community is very important and is an indicator of success. Icebreakers and other activities are important to implement during the first days of a new school year. It is important for all students to feel welcome and a part of their small community which actually a part of an even bigger one. Feeling comfortable will help create resilient learners that have confidence in sharing their ideas without fear of being judged.

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Teaching cause and effect using, "Click, Clack, Moo" and a collaborative group project! The kids were so engaged!

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from Scholastic Teachers

50 Fun Ways to Group Learners

50 Fun Ways to Group Learners!

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50 Fun Ways to Group Learners | Scholastic.com

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