Adding Adventure to Instruction by Using a Fliphunt

Regardless of what you teach, your students will most likely respond well to an adventure of some kind as opposed to worksheets or traditional whole-group […]

Timelines Made Easy

As students come back to school, why not show them how to make timelines of their summer adventures? Yes, I just suggested making a timeline […]

Bring Digital Media into Your Classroom with Kid Pix

In the old days (circa 1990s), there was only one creation tool that mattered. Sure, word processors were plentiful.  For classrooms, though, Kid Pix ruled […]

Reciprocal Teaching with Google’s Reading App Rivet

Few would disagree that reading plays a crucial role in life. Scaffolding student cognition during reading can enhance student achievement. One of the techniques I […]

Using Google Translate in Sheets to Differentiate

Many teachers may have students in their classrooms that have a different home language than English. While this can be an advantage to the student […]

Supporting Bilingual Students with Reading and Writing

In the United States, over thirteen million children speak a language other than English at home. After English, Spanish is the most common language spoken […]

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