Extra Credit Only Feeds The Rich by @jstevens009

Extra Credit Only Feeds The Rich Guest blog post by John Stevens Think about it… Who asks for extra credit? Who comes running up to the front of the classroom as soon as a project is assigned, asking what they can do to get extra points? Who is eagerly awaiting...

Math Recess: Thinking Mathematically

Math Recess: Play to Increase Thinking Mathematically Guest blog post by Dr. Chris Brownell Register at alicekeeler.com/mathrecess Have you ever played the 50 game with students? This is the game where you challenge students to beat you at a game of removing numbers...

5 Reasons to have OER and Open Up Resources on Your Radar

Have OER and Open Up Resources on Your Radar Guest Blog post by Shaelynn Farnsworth OER or Open Education Resources has been around for over 20 years. Previously, OER was more prominent in higher-ed, but awareness of OER continues to grow across the nation in PreK-12...

The Key to Close Reading

A Guest Post by Barton Keeler I am not an expert in close reading but have tried a variety of methods and approaches.  What I discovered is that when I have a great essential question everything goes well – kids are engaged, they’re diving deep and thinking...

The Paper Bag Mask – An Interesting Path to Success

You Are More Thank You Think You Are A Guest Post by Brock Heasley I’m a writer, but for most of my life I didn’t know that. Drawing Not Writing Back in high school, writing was an academic exercise at best, a vehicle for whatever B.S. I needed to create to fill out...

Bitmoji Stickers for the Win!

Make Your Own Stickers A Guest Post by Sonya Schkabla With only a few minutes and some sticker labels, you can create stickers to share with your students featuring your own Bitmoji. Order Labels The first step is to get your labels. I used Avery 22805 sticker paper...

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