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I use this “Stoplight Method” as a formative assessment after my lessons to give me feedback on about what my students understand and, just as importantly, what they still don’t get. I give each student a sticky note to write: GREEN: Today I learned… YELLOW: Today I considered (a question…; an idea…) RED: Today my learning stopped because…
Many educators love Bloom’s Taxonomy because it gives them a way to think about their teaching and the subsequent learning of their students. Because it provides an order for cognitive behaviors, it can be applied to almost anything. #CultofPedagogyPin
A good question causes thinking–more questions. Better questions. It clarifies and reveals. It causes hope. A bad question stops thinking. It confuses and obscures. It causes doubt. #CultofPedagogyPin
There are a few useful apps to help enhance experience with Google Classroom, and PlagiarismCheck.org is one of them. PlagiarismCheck.org has developed an integration with Google Classroom that shares the main idea - technology should make educator’s life easier. #CultofPedagogyPin
The following ideas were gathered in an effort to save your sanity in the classroom and help you find more efficient and creative ways of doing things! We’ve gathered together 50 AMAZING ideas that will give you some inspiration for organization & storage, classroom management, and tips/tricks to help you manage #allthethings. Best of all, …
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Self-assessment has transformed my classroom. Grab 3 strategies you can use with your students today.