There’s more to see...
Sign up to discover and save different things to try in 2015.
Visit Site

Related Pins

TED-Ed is a new YouTube channel that captures 10 minute lectures by great teachers worldwide and amplifies them with animation.

Each video on the TED-ed site has an associated lesson, a Quick Quiz with multiple choice comprehension questions, Think which asks questions to help students think more critically about what they have watched, and Dig Deeper which helps students to explore the topic further.

Great list of things teachers should do (or at least, think about!)

uh... YES! Why didn't I think of this? I am so doing this so students know where to line up and they don't run/fight/push.

In Our Classroom. My goal as a teacher is to give my students the freedom of expression, which starts in the fostering of a safe environment.

Invention Idea Box (Love this idea!)...great for critical thinking! THIS WOULD BE GREAT IN THE ART ROOM AS A SPARE TIME ACTIVITY

Feedback infographic | Seven Things To Remember About Feedback infographic | Teaching Ideas

Good idea to use to see if your students understand what they are learning. Would be great to use in guided math groups or guided reading groups as a summarizing tool.

Create customized lessons with TEDEd. Use, tweak, or completely redo any lesson featured on TED-Ed, or create lessons from scratch based on any video from YouTube. TEDEd lessons are categorized by series, subject, and best flip.

This bulletin board from a TEDxSummit is a great classroom idea! "The Best Things I Learned This Week" -

iPads in the Classroom - Bloom's Taxonomy using apps. I love to refer to this when I'm looking for ideas to incorporate for differentiation