Take your anchor charts to the next level. Let’s push beyond just posting “I Can” statements to using a “What, Why, and How” approach. When learning is visible for students it can be more easily accessed and replicated by students. Let’s really anchor the learning!
We know writers need feedback, but we know the feedback takes time. Here’s help in working smarter & faster to get your writers the feedback they need.
Our goal as educators is to develop a reading environment where students are so engaged in books that the strategies of avoidance disappear from the classroom. What might help our readers appreciate books more? How do we build passion for reading?
Last year before COVID19 hit, I was charting new ground with lesson planning. I was developing lesson paths where I gave students options for learning information on a topic. My pages on Canvas were pre-loaded with options for students.
Educators thrive when the light bulb moments occur, when students spring into action, and when students have their own curiosity bubbling in the classroom. How do we set the tone so that these wonderful classroom moments can occur more often?