Karen Ramirez

Karen Ramirez

Budapest, HU / Grade 3 Teacher
Karen Ramirez
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Three simple ways for science teachers to assess the level of understanding their students have of the levels of organization in the environment. Examples of living and nonliving parts of the environment can be classified by asking a series of questions.

Three simple ways for science teachers to assess the level of understanding their students have of the levels of organization in the environment. Examples of living and nonliving parts of the environment can be classified by asking a series of questions.

Plant Adaptations Anchor Chart

Plant Adaptations Anchor Chart

fifth grade anchor charts | 5th Grade at Decker Elementary - Science Resources

fifth grade anchor charts | 5th Grade at Decker Elementary - Science Resources

Animal Adaptations Anchor Chart

Animal Adaptations Anchor Chart

science bulletin boards for kindergarten | ... Bulletin Board Idea » Whale-Come To First Grade Bulletin Board

science bulletin boards for kindergarten | ... Bulletin Board Idea » Whale-Come To First Grade Bulletin Board

A Culture of Thining: List of Thinking Routines

A Culture of Thining: List of Thinking Routines

Third Grade Thinkers: Tell me a story... Accountable Talk anchor chart

Third Grade Thinkers: Tell me a story... Accountable Talk anchor chart

Cool website to explore Thinking Routines - Cultures of Thinking. Has video and separate page for each routine

Cool website to explore Thinking Routines - Cultures of Thinking. Has video and separate page for each routine

Six Teaching Strategies I Couldn't Live Without - Education to the Core

Six Teaching Strategies I Couldn't Live Without - Education to the Core

"Visible Thinking is about helping students become better thinkers. The way our students think and their disposition towards thinking, are each greatly influenced by the culture of our schools."

"Visible Thinking is about helping students become better thinkers. The way our students think and their disposition towards thinking, are each greatly influenced by the culture of our schools."