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Student Led Discussion Strategies for Whole Class Discussion
This is the list of discussion strategies I wish someone had given to me when I started teaching. Whether you are a first year teacher or an experienced English teacher, there is a teaching strategy here for everyone!
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CRITICAL THINKING 'HATS' | overview on 9 basic intellectual thinking standards: clarity, accuracy, precision, relevance, depth, breadth, logic, fairness and significance. | by Richard Paul & Linda Elder: ‘Critical Thinking: Tools for Taking Charge of Your Learning and Your Life‘
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Ultimate Critical Thinking Cheat Sheet
ULTIMATE CRITICAL THINKING CHEAT SHEET Published 01/19/2017 Infographic by Global Digital Citizen
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Waverly-Shell Rock Teacher Leadership Write My Essay for Me: Expert Service
Self-regulation is something everyone continually works on whether or not we are cognizant of it. We all encounter trying circumstances that test our limits from time to time. If we are able to...
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Visual Poster for "How to Solve a Math Problem"
Visual Poster for "How to Solve a Math Problem" - Math - Mrs. Schubbe's Kindergarten - Issaquah Connect
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Students Sitting Around Too Much? Try Chat Stations. | Cult of Pedagogy
This low-prep version of learning stations uses movement and interactivity, but minimizes prep work. #CultofPedagogy #classdiscussion
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The Importance of Teaching Rhyme - Make Take & Teach
Before children learn to read, they must first have an understanding of how sounds work within words. Learning to recognize and produce rhyme is one of the very first phonological skills that children acquire on their way to becoming proficient readers. Working with rhyme is an important component of the early childhood curriculum. Research tells us …