I know that as teachers, we are supposed to believe that there is truly no such thing as a dumb… Read more The Dreaded “What if…?” Question
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Whenever I teach a unit about life in the 1700s, students invariably ask about the wigs worn by men at… Read more Suit up! Put some Costumes and Replicas into your Repertoire
First, coming up with punny headlines is tougher than you think. Next, I want to share an assessment tool I… Read more Plickers is very Applickable to Your Classroom
QR, or Quick Response, codes were developed in Japan for use in the automobile industry. But, an enterprising teacher can… Read more Fun with QR Codes
(Developed in collaboration with Natalia Costales of the Carol Morgan School, Dominican Republic, and Lindsey Greenwell of the Lincoln School… Read more Edgycation – Cafeteria-Style Assessment Model