Our talented group continues to amaze with innovative, research-based items to support learning. Just some of the items you’ll want to check out are below. But seriously, spend some time visiting all of our authors’ work & enjoy a more thorough examination of what our talented authors have posted.
Angela Stockman’s “Building Writers’ Notebook” is a must have for back-to school! https://myedexpert.com/item/building-writers-notebooks/
Literacy expert Kristina Smekens’ “Bell-Ringer Activities” are so engaging & innovative – grab those here: https://myedexpert.com/item/bell-ringer-activities/
Leadership Teams: Dr. Rick Jetter has just posted a reflective activity in which teams utilize swim strokes to discuss leadership tactics – nice for beginning of year! https://myedexpert.com/item/leadership-swim-strokes-reflection-activity/
Laurel Schmidt’s “World is Not Flat” tablecloth lesson is amazing! Students create a 3-D model with topographic vocabulary. Link: https://myedexpert.com/item/the-world-is-not-flat-tablecloth-topography/
Suzy Pepper Rollins TIP chart is for every subject! Students create pictures and conversational meanings for academic vocabulary. https://myedexpert.com/item/tip-chart/
All Subjects! Prolific author Toby Karten has just posted 3 downloads on UDL, Phonemic Awareness, and Vocabulary! Link: https://myedexpert.com/vendor/toby-karten/
Love Author Jerry Burkhart’s 10 plus 1 system for crafting thought-provoking math problems! Link: https://myedexpert.com/item/ten-plus-one/
STEM author Carolyn DeCristofano has posted 5 elementary STEM-literacy lessons just for you!
High school math: Mathematician and test prep expert Dr. Steve Warner has posted the 10 most common mistakes students make that lower their SAT scores. Parents might want this hand-out at open house! Link: https://myedexpert.com/item/10-most-common-mistakes-students-make-that-lower-their-math-sat-score/
Sheila White’s “Historiography” for grades 7+.is a must for every social studies teacher! https://myedexpert.com/item/historiography-for-the-younger-student/
Short, Thoughtful Reads for US!
Wonderfully thoughtful piece by Angela Stockman – “Building Better Writers” Link: http://www.edcircuit.com/building-better-writers/
An interesting take on keeping teachers from leaving by Monica Genta – “Please Don’t Go”
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