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Teachers Preparing Students for High School
Starting the school year strong with projects, plans, and ideas for teachers, students and parents. Coronavirus and teaching at home. Writing in the margins flip chart. Map my fun.
Coronavirus and Teaching At Home
Not that long ago schools were upended with coronavirus concerns and forced into distance learning/e-learning without much warning or time for preparation.
Map My Fun
This is a fun project that blends physically activity with academic skills like reading, writing, math, and civic engagement. This project is a classic source of teacher collaboration.
Writing in the Margins
Adding structure and questioning for students. This strategy has become something that I love using and can’t imagine teaching without it! It goes by many names, annotation flip chart, writing in the margins chart, the one-pager, that note thingy…you name it!

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