Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Interactive lessons. Get inspired and try out new things.
Context Clues Activities! This blog post features a context clues lesson, anchor chart, and interactive notebook entry! The free printables are available for immediate use!
Jenna Bulling saved to Teaching:)
Google has been creating free useful apps for educators before I even started my teaching career. I am a huge fan of Google Classroom, Google Doc, Google Slides and Google Form. However, it wasn’t until I was tasked with the challenge of virtual learning did I discover Google Jamboard. And boy, what a discovery thatRead More
Erin Goliszek saved to ELA
Are you new to interactive note taking? This post shares everything you need to know about how to use interactive notebooks.
amanda rangel saved to scrapbook ideas
Using interactive lessons in the middle school science classrooms are a great way to teach and review various topics. They are great for individual learning, direct instruction, small groups/partner work, teaching ELL students, science centers, distance and remote learning, and enrichment/tutoring. #distancelearning #middleschoolscience
Google Slides is one of my everyday go-to tools in Google Apps for Education (GAfE) and Google Drive. It is so versatile and easy to use. As an educator, it makes it easy to put together and distri…
Angela Buentello saved to Teacher Stuff
Using Nearpod in the Elementary Classroom: the who, what, when, where and why of using this digital tool that is both web-based and a app!
Mallory Mock saved to Teacher technology
Cause & Effect: Making It Memorable! An engaging, interactive lesson for teaching cause and effect to Kindergarten, first, and second grade students
Miss DeCarbo saved to Reading Ideas
Nearpod is a phenomenal student engagement platform that adds endless engagement and digital learning into your classroom!
AprilColeman saved to Teaching and Learning
An interactive read aloud is a powerful teaching tool to use in the elementary classroom. Learn what they are and why they are so important!
Nareka Whitfield saved to How/Why to Teach things