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    Differentiated Instruction

    Differentiated Instruction
    Schools today serve children of varying levels, backgrounds, and learning styles and one is unlikely to find a homogeneous class anywhere in America. Differentiated instruction is necessary ensure that the needs of all students are met. In my classroom, I develop lessons and activities that are appropriate for each learner. Therefore, you may find students working on a number of different ...
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    ADHD: A Crash-Free Course for Classroom Success

    ADHD: A Crash-Free Course for Classroom Success
    My first graders took a seat on the carpet for our first story time, and I began to read, "The Three Little Pigs. James, sit still." The children looked around. Was the book's title Three Little Pigs James Sit Still? They realized I was talking to one of their classmates, who was rolling on the floor. I continued, "The first little ...
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    Identity in a Bag

     Identity in a Bag
    OVERVIEW: At the beginning of the school year, it's good to get to know each other, whether it be teacher to student, or student to other students in the class. Many students do not know how to develop relationships. Their negative social attitudes and low self-esteem hinder interaction. OBJECTIVES: 1. To express personal characteristics with items from home. 2. To introduce ...
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    K-12: Getting to Know You with Toilet Paper

    K-12: Getting to Know You with Toilet Paper
    This is a simple lesson plan that can be used on the first day of school for any grade level. Hand the first student in the row a new roll of toilet paper. Explain to everyone that all you want them to do is take some. Also explain that they can take as much as they want. When they ask why, ...
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    10 Great Web Sites for Middle & High School Learning

    10 Great Web Sites for Middle & High School Learning
    Feature Topic:10 Great Websites for Middle & High School Learners 1) "Zoom Maps":http://lcweb2.loc.gov/learn/features/maps/ What it is: Zoom into Maps is an extensive collection of online maps. Maps range from 1500 AD to today. Maps include United States hometown geography, exploration and discovery, migration and settlement, travel and transportation, environmental history, military maps, pictoral maps, maps of today, and unusual maps. ...
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