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3 Vital Things
As an experienced teacher educator I recognize the importance of knowing my students. Backgrounds and experiences regardless of age. I use this document, 3 Vital Things as an early in the year/semester activity. I show the document and have the students complete 3 separate index cards or post-its with responses to the 3 questions ANONYMOUSLY. The key here is anonymously, this allows the students to be honest and gives the instructor a good feel for outside stressors without identifying specific students. The students who have issues/concerns will self-identify in the future. The important thing here is being non-judgmental from the start.$1.00
3 Vital Things$1.00
3-2-1 Bridge Activity
As an experienced teacher educator I encourage pre-service teachers to process class activities and discussion to promote concept mastery. I broadly introduce a topic and have students complete the first part of the document showing what they currently know and think about the topic. Next we complete the content activity and then the students complete the 2nd part. This 3-2-1 Bridge guide can be used as part of a class activity, as an assignment, a small/large discussion starter or as an exit slip to demonstrate class participation and overall learning.$1.00
3-2-1 Bridge Activity$1.00
Ancient China Notebooking Pages, World History Series for Homeschool Students in Grades 4 to 12
Your students can read, write, and draw the history of ancient China with these notebooking pages. This resource contains over 200 pages for students to research and write about the civilization and dynasties of ancient China and is perfect for homeschool parents teaching multiple grades. You can use them for students in grades 4 to 12.$0.00
Artifact Strategy Guide
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
Artifact Strategy Guide$1.50
Chopped (or Chopped Jr.) Episode Worksheet (Culinary, Hospitality)
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
Comparing the Value of Digits
Extra practice for the 5th grade math concept of comparing the value of whole number and decimal digits.$2.00
Fact Sheets for the 50 US States ~ U.S. Geography, History, or Civics
These 50 State Fact Sheets not only include a fact sheet for each U.S. state, but they also include a map of the United States as well as a map of each region. They are a wonderful complement to any U.S. geography, history, government, or civics curriculum. You can also use them to create your own unique study for your middle school students.
These worksheets work well for both classrooms and home schools. They are designed for students to complete on their own. Students can find the content they need to fill in the information on each fact sheet by doing a quick Internet search.
These fact sheets includes–
Regions of the United States
Population of Each State.
Date Each State Admitted to the Union
They also have space for civics and government information including–
Number of Congressional Districts$6.99
Family Interview and Rubric – Teacher Education
A Family Interview assignment and rubric is a powerful tool for pre-service teachers to conduct; it provides a view into the everyday dynamics of a family and the stressors experienced. This project can be used as part of a teacher preparation coursework or to learn more about a specific student’s family life for educational planning.$2.00
Find Someone Who
Back to School Activity – Find Someone Who…$0.00
Find Someone Who$0.00
First day Icebreaker scavenger hunt.
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
Hearts Count and Clip
Heart Count and Clip Cards provide practice counting sets to 12.$1.50
Hearts Count and Clip$1.50