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Today I want to say a huge thanks to my dad, Bob Willis. He served our country in the Vietnam War. He's my hero everyday and I am very grateful to have such a great role model. Now on to math! As we've moved into the Common Core the rigor has increased. With the increased curriculum you start to notice some areas that may need an extra OOMPH! My students are needing the OOMPH! in balanced equations and fact families. And I figure a party always gives me an extra OOMPH! so they are all party…
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This would be great for taking on a different perspective/point of view (complexity). Use an old CD to trace center of the eye; Students draw what character (or the scientist, etc.) sees through eyes
Independent Reading Response Anchor Charts - Teaching with a Mountain View
I'm excited to share these anchor charts with you! We have been using these for quite some time now, and my students are becoming pros. A lot of the time, I do have students answering specific questions, but depending on the assignment, I will also have the students use these anchor charts to begin their ... Read more
Events in Instruction- Event #8
Event # 8 Now your students have performed something to demonstrate understand. But how do you assess that performance? Was the assessment of the performance reliable and valid? Try these 27 tips t…
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