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100+ Bloom's Taxonomy Verbs For Critical Thinking

Bloom's Taxonomy verbs include Evaluate: Criticize, Judge, Defend, Appraise, Value, Prioritize, Revise, Argue, Support, and Re-design.

TEACHING URGENCY--STEP ONE

The Answer is 12,960 Hours What is the Question? Leveraging time has got to rank in the top three high-yield strategies—regardless of context. I remember watching a demonstration of a life clock on Oprah. On the grim reaper side it was a bit creepy to see how many remaining minutes of your life statistically are left. I suppose the non-techie version would be the Medicaid tables :) Seriously, we all know how fast time slips away, but unfortunately our students don’t (get how time slips by)…

Positive Self-Talk Journal Free Printable - Moments A Day

Download this free and easy-to-use positive self-talk journal for kids (and adults!) who need a boost of confidence and positivity.

Bloom's Taxonomy Made Real

Source Educators are often summoned to use Bloom's taxonomy of teaching objectives that ought to transcend tests and grades.

Growth Mindset Activities

Encourage a Growth Mindset in your classroom with these FUN activity pack! This resource contains ENGAGING activities that help students understand and develop a growth mindset.Included:* Cut and paste worksheets: the students will cut the sentences at the bottom of the page and glue them in the cor...

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IF YOU ENDED UP HERE VIA FACEBOOK or PINTEREST SCROLL DOWN TO FIND THE PRINTABLE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR :) And remember share the love! M. December 6, 2013 I'm on a kick keeping my desktop organized- This is it currently: Here are a few designs for you to use this holiday season. Please note, they are built for a laptop 1280x800 Hand Lettered by Melissa Baker-Nguyen Currently the one I am using. I love how bright it is! oh and not to forget, it totally keeps me organized! October 30, 2013 How…

Awesome Chart for Teachers- Alternatives to Traditional Homework ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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Printables are the perfect way to stay organised without breaking the bank. I love making and using them myself, and so I hope you find them useful for studying, your day-to-day life or even both....

Getting Started with Metacognition

Y'all my office smells like something died. Seriously! It started about two weeks ago. I walked in and got hit with a pretty putrid smel...

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Another terrific visual

This visual is great to help our students who experience Asperger's and have those traits of perfectionism. Thanks to The Speech House at speech-house-tx.com

Text Structures - Cause and Effect

Teach students how to develop cause and effect paragraphs with these ideas.

Being Proactive in 2nd Grade

In second grade we read Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst. In this story, Alexander blames everything and everyone for anything that goes wrong for him. He keeps repeating that he wishes he could go to Australia to get away from his problems. After reading the story, we began a discussion about being proactive vs. being reactive. Was Alexander’s response to waking up, slipping on his skateboard and falling proactive or reactive? What would’ve been a…

10 Study Skills for Exam Success

The best way to get high grades on an exam is to take your preparation period as a pre-exam. Because courses can last a few months to a whole year, you may find it difficult to make the connection between your daily homework, periodic assignments, and your final exam. To get high marks, start by recognizing that all academic work done through the semester, summer, or school year is exam studying. Read also: How to Study During Summer Vacation The strategies below can help you keep pace…

Comprehension Toolkit Finale

“We teach the reader, not just the reading. We want children to be lifelong learners who read actively and independently across the curriculum, who engage their minds and understand what they…