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As an experienced teacher educator I encourage my students to process information and promote independent thinking on topics and concepts. I implement the Artifact Strategy Guide to challenge students. Students are required to identify an item (or physically bring to class) that is an artifact or physical representation of a project/topic that we are learning. The completion of the Artifact Strategy Guide requires careful consideration and rationale as well as individual discovery that complements learning.$1.50$1.50
This is a powerpoint presentation that follows the novel The Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger. This is a great tool to use prior to reading the novel or while students are in the middle of reading the novel. Show students where Holden walked in New York City as well as provide lots of background for the places he visited in 1950s New York City. 39 slides.$4.95
This worksheet can be used for any Chopped or Chopped Jr. episode. The questions are versatile in order to follow the 3-round format in any episode.
I am using this for a Principles of Hospitality and Tourism class, but can be used for any Culinary Arts course, Nutrition, Cooking or Foods unit.
This is a one-page PDF, and there is no answer key as student responses will vary depending on episode.$1.25
As an experienced teacher educator I encourage students to engage in collaborative projects. I use this document, Effective Collaborator Rubric for Group Projects, for group members to assess one another’s contributions, attitude, commitment to the project. This tool serves as a grade differential on the same assignment as well as a feedback tool for each student to improve their collaborative behaviors.$1.50
This activity can be used in any type of middle or high school class. This is a high-interest, first-day scavenger hunt to help high school students get to know each other. This is a combination of general knowledge, popular culture, and sports questions. There’s a little something for everyone in your class with this icebreaker. 2 pages.$1.95
As an experienced teacher educator I encourage teachers, both pre-service and in-service as well as graduate students to read current research to inform practice and build personal educational philosophies. This is the first step towards truly thinking and processing the information rather than just repeating it. I use this document, Article Processing, as an introduction to critical reading of professional research articles. I may give a group of students the same article for class discussion OR complete the guide on individual articles for small group sharing of research. My goal is to have the students think about what was read rather than summarizing.$1.50
This is an overview of themes and elements usually found in science fiction stories. This is great for a creative writing unit or class that wants to explore the genre of Science Fiction 33 slides$4.95
Get to know your students with this short writing assignment about them! In this assignment, students will share what types of reading they have done and what their favorite types of writing are to read. Lastly, they will share their goals and how they wish to reach them in your class.$1.95