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Bloom's taxonomy of critical thinking skills: questions for teachers to prompt students to engage with and consider classroom topics.
Bloom's Taxonomy: Refer to this useful chart of critical thinking skills was lesson planning -- Bring it, Common Core!
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Refer to this useful chart of critical thinking skills was lesson planning -- Bring it, Common Core! Follows Bloom's Taxonomy.
Wow! Great! Really like this. Excited to share with all teachers and esp. MP firiends. Bloom's Taxonomy / Critical Thinking Skills
This chart lists different levels of critical thinking skills that students should have. Teachers can use the types of questions in each level to assess students' understanding of a text. This addresses the Common Core 6th Grade Reading Informational Texts standard 6.RIT.2: Determine a central idea of a text and how it is conveyed through particular details; provide a summary of the text distinct from personal opinions or judgments.
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Critical thinking questions (Bloom's Taxonomy)
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great behavior incentive coupons (wear a hat to school, sit at the teacher's desk, cut the line to the computer, wear no shoes in the classroom, bring a stuffed animal to class)
Teachers - ditch the treasure box of toys (too many reasons to count) - check out these Behavior Coupons for incentives instead and use with warm fuzzy ideas from same website!! love!!
Classroom rewards, NO TREASURE BOX, alternative to class treasure box reward system. Classroom management great idea that saves money too!
Classroom rewards instead of a treasure box. Definitely cheaper. Free Printables. Great idea! Think I may do this as a teacher gift for the beginning of the year.
Classroom rewards, NO TREASURE BOX, I am doing this next year! Save some money honey! This reward box is a good way to manage student behavior. I love that the kids get a reward but it more of an experience instead of toys. Cant wait to be a Math Teacher
MUST DO! Classroom rewards instead of a treasure box? Love this teacher's blog!!!!!
"treasure box" rewards..and blog w other great classroom ideas
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This was designed for teachers, but I think it would work great at home, too. Instead of fighting over homework completion, make it a literal game with this customizable Monopoly board. If your homework gets completed, you get to play. It works well if you share with your kids your own “homework” and let them see you track the things you need to do. teachnet.com/...
I love this idea!! Subbed in a classroom that uses it - it's fun!
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Downloadable bulletin board - In order for a student to play the game, he or she must complete their homework from the night before and hand it in to the teacher. This is how the student moves around the game board. If the student does not have their homework finished, they don’t get their chance to shake the die and move for the day. Instructions are on the site - great idea! about to make this for my little sister!
A fun game to help encourage students to do and turn in their homework.
Homeworkopoly...print & laminate for homework incentives FREE
Homeworkopoly...great classroom management idea!
This sounds like a good future classroom idea :)
looks like a great teaching idea
theteachersdesk: Homeworkopoly I was supply teaching in a grade 5/6 class last week and they play Homeworkopoly every Friday afternoon. The game was run by a selected gameshow host and went on as the class completed any outstanding work. The kids loved it and I learned that this is a fun way to encourage them to complete their homework each week. This class plays the game every Friday afternoon so it is cumulative for the week. However, you can also choose to let students role every time they hand in their homework, it’s up to you. Students who do not hand in all of their homework do not get to role. I was able to find instructions and great printables online: Game board with street names Chance and Community Lunchbox Cards Setup Make game pieces for each student. Print off the game board and hang it in the classroom. Find one game die. Print the “Chance” and “Community Lunchbox” cards and cut them out. Store all game pieces in containers by the board. Getting Started When a student brings in homework have them go over to the board, roll the die and move. This can be done every morning or at the end of the week. The students will continue to do this throughout the year. It never has to end. Deal with special spaces as the students land on them. Assign a rotating “Game Show Host” to run the game each week. Special Spaces MYSTERY PRIZE – When a student lands on this space, they can pick a prize from a pencil box or maybe the teacher could have little grab bags with the mystery prize in them. BRAIN BINDERS -Printable, foldable paper puzzles that range from very easy to very challenging. GAME SPOT – The game spot is used for playing games from your own classroom. FREE HOMEWORK – The student gets a free homework pass for the night when landing on this space. (Usually not a problem with happening too often, if so, check it out. Watch closely when moving around the board.) TAKE A SEAT ON THE BUS – When a student lands here, they go to the yellow square diagonally across the board and sit there. When on this square, the teacher can have this student read to the class aloud, do problems on the chalkboard, or pass out milk, for example. These are just a few examples of what the student could do, feel free to use your own ideas. GO – When passing go, the student may receive a little prize, such as picking a piece of sugarless gum or little trinket out of the pencil box of goodies, whatever the teacher thinks is an appropriate prize. Enjoy! This is a great idea! I love it!
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Brain Breaks Freebie: Roll a Brain Break!...Specialty, Classroom Management, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School,...2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th Resource Types... Task Cards...Brain Breaks are not only fun, but essential for focus and learning. Your students will love each of these quick and challenging Brain Breaks and enjoy the novelty of rolling a die to select which one to do.
Brain Breaks Freebie: Roll a Brain Break!... this is cool because a teacher can control the kinds of breaks the kids take by listing them! Some brain breaks are great for one classroom and not the other.
Brain Breaks Freebie: Roll a Brain Break! A brain break is always welcome as kids need to refocus and re-energize.
Brain Breaks Freebie: Roll a Brain Break! A brain break is always welcome as kids need to refocus and re-energize! This can easily be modified for any age/grade.
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Great ideas for breaks in the school routine.
Brain Breaks Freebie: Roll a Brain Break!
Brain Breaks are not only fun, but essential for focus and learning. Your students will love each of these quick and challenging Brain Breaks and enjoy the novelty of rolling a die to select which one to do. Just display them with your document camera, add a die, and you are set to go - no extra materials are needed and each activity is clearly explained. These would be great to use with a sub or anytime you want to try something a little different. Two formats are included, color and black line. Looking for more Brain Breaks similar to these? Try Quick and Easy Brain Breaks for Squirrelly Kids You may also like: Reward Coupons for Bigger Kids Classroom Procedure Task Cards Editing Task Cards: 200 Fun Facts Sentence Cards CCSS Aligned Close Reading Toolkit for Any Informational Text Thanks for looking and happy teaching! Rachel Lynette
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People Bingo - this is kid themed but a good ice breaker for a party/gathering if you change up the options.
This is originally a beginning of the school year "get to know eachother" exercise, but I could definitely see this transitioning into a pragmatic speech exercise.
This is a game for kids, but I'd make some changes for "grown ups" to play. Maybe a shower, party ice breaker, etc...
Kids have to find someone different to sign in each box and when they have a sign... good first day of school activity!
People Bingo - Whole group activity - The kids have to find someone different to sign in each box and when they have a signature in every box they call out, "Bingo!" This could even be fun as a family game.
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Very neat. Good get to know you game for first week of school.
People BINGO.. great first week of school activity
People BINGO. Great first week ice breaker.
BRAIN BREAKS CANNOT wait to do this!!! I do some of these, but just off the top of my head. This will give the kids more of a variety.
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Effective Instuctional Practices Jar of brain break ideas that students can draw from to get a variety each time. Allows a fun time for students and the teacher to give their brain a break especially during boring or difficult content.
#BRAINBREAKS CANNOT wait to do this!!! This will give the kids more of a variety.
BRAIN BREAKS and many other classroom management strategies!
Blog w/ variety of items/ideas; Objectives and Brain Breaks
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60 brain break cards. Every brain break was selected to get kids out of their seats an moving. They are quick and super fun. Lots of new ideas too! $
Even if you are already using brain breaks with your students, you will want to check out these 60 brain break cards. Every brain break was selected to get kids out of their seats an moving. They are quick and super fun. Lots of new ideas too!
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Omg my 1st graders would looove these!! Sugar Blossoms: Classroom Cheers
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Whole Brain Teaching. Fun classroom ideas for cultivating a positive culture of praise and encouragement!
Whole Brain Teaching: 10-Finger Woo! Alternatives - 3rd Grade Thoughts--My CT used these in the 2nd grade and the kids loved it
Whole Brain Teaching: 10 Ways to Praise ~ Be sure to view the video of each cheer... I couldn't stop smiling!!! Kids WILL love the cheers. :)
Praising children can not be done enough in the classroom. It is the easiest way to reinforce positive behavior and just make them feel good. I really liked this whole brain teaching approach because it will get the students up and moving. This would need to be done with all mt students but that will make it funner, doing it together.
An example of Whole Brain Teaching. Ways to praise the students and keep them active and involved in the classroom as well as lessons
I think my kids would get a kick out of this silliness! Whole Brain Teaching: 10-Finger Woo! Alternatives. You can cheer for classes who return all their books or accomplish other goals.
Fun game for students to get the wiggle out. Mrs. Robbins' 2nd Grade: Classroom Cheers
10 ways to praise kids: clever classroom cheers with video examples
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Gahhh..Rachael may need this!!-- a fun way to get your kids to stop chatting.... check out the link for a cute video and little tricks on how to use it for classroom management!
a fun way to get your kids to stop chatting.... check out the link for a video and little tricks on how to use it for classroom management! Be sure to read the comments, too. Lots of ideas; you're sure to find a couple you like! Then apply it to your children's ministry! :) #kidmin
classroom management idea - fun way to get your class to stop chatting
Fun song for behavior management
As far as creative word choice goes, bad is bad. Help your students find just the right way to say something isn't up to snuff.
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ZAP game / basic rules: draw a popsicle stick, do something based on what it says, if you get the ZAP stick they all go back in the jar. could be played a million different ways. this teacher uses it as a "brain break" with movements. many use to reinforce vocab (give definition, use in a sentence, etc). would be great for english or french!
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ZAP game / basic rules: draw a popsicle stick, do something based on what it says, if you get the ZAP stick they all go back in the jar. could be played a million different ways. this teacher uses it as a "brain break" with movements. many use to reinforce vocab, etc.
ZAP game / basic rules: draw a popsicle stick, do something based on what it says, if you get the ZAP stick they all go back in the jar. We could use as a "brain break" or to help indecisive students choose a menu item...
Adventures in Kindergarten: Brain Breaks Use this to pick different activities to do between lessons to re-energize students and give them a short break from learning
Brain Break Ideas on Popsicle Sticks - draw one and re-energize kids! (1-3 min each)
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Brain breaks: have a cup of Popsicle sticks ready to pull out a random brain break when the kids need a break from working
BRAIN BREAKS! ideas on Popsicle sticks ... pick one out when the class needs to get the wiggles out.
Brain breaks-Pick sticks to choose a fun activity when students earn a brain break. #brain #breaks #behavior #management #teaching #activity
Brain Breaks - need to do this more often; the kids (and I) need little breaks to be more productive!
Brain Breaks! My kids definitely need these!! :) Maybe during Channel One to re- energize students.
Some good brain break ideas that I don't already have if I decide that I need to add more.
Brain Breaks - love it for teachers too ;)
Fun idea to make brain break sticks!
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Call-and-answer attention grabbers- Cool Teach - Adventures in Teaching: classroom management
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I love each and every one of these attention getters for classes of any age really. Having these attention grabbers is a wonderful classroom management tool for keeping students on task and at a lower volume.
Attention Grabbers – easy and practical to use in various classrooms; help teachers get students’ attention immediately. #edchat #educhat #teaching #classrooms
If only I was an elementary teacher. These are too cute! Hocus Pocus! Easy call and response attention grabbers for elementary students. :)
These attention grabbers are a great way to redirect students' attention when they are getting too loud or the teacher needs their attention for any reason!
Cute attention grabbers - Teacher "ba da ba da da" Students respond with "I'm lovin' it" Might try this one.
Lower grade attention grabbers - behavior management systems.
i love this! for future classroom
Call Back attention grabbers
Teacher's Guide to The Use of Blooms Taxonomy in The Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
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This website talks about applying bloom's taxonomy in the classroom. It features various videos and articles on how to make a student-centered environment. #studentcenteredlearning #bloomstaxonomy #classroom #objectives
Applying Bloom's Taxonomy in Your Classroom - From "Assessing Critical Thinking in Middle and High Schools: Meeting the Common Core" via eyeoneducation.com. I need to use this more often in my class so my kids understand why we do things the way we do.
For teachers of at-risk students especially!! Teacher's Guide to The Use of Blooms Taxonomy in The Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
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Applying Bloom's Taxonomy in Your Classroom - From "Assessing Critical Thinking in Middle and High Schools: Meeting the Common Core" via eyeoneducation.com
Teacher's guide to the use of Blooms Taxonomy in the classroom ~ these are great steps to learning something new!
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BMRSD ALL TEACHERS: Applying Bloom's Taxonomy in Your Classroom
Teacher's Guide to the Use of Blooms Taxonomy in the Classroom
On Twitter, I recently shared an excellent article by Justin Tarte called 5 Questions Every Teacher Should Ask Him/Herself. The first reflection question Justin recommends is: Who is doing a majority of the talking in your classroom? It’s the person who is doing the majority of the talking that tends to do the most learning, so what …
8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more #classroom #management #instruction #strategies
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8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more | The Cornerstone. Lots of other great teaching tips on this site too. Love it.
8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more - Really good ideas; I should re-read this one at least once a month
8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more - some good ideas here for piano teachers
Fostering student accountable talk and student engagement ideas
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Brain Breaks - I would do so much better with this deck than the Popsicle sticks I was going to use! TPT $
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Classroom Freebies Too: Brain Breaks Cards -- make cards like this this summer!!
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This lady is awesome! She has a table of procedures that you should go through the first days of school.