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25 Inspiring Quotes Teachers Always Need to Hear [Infographic]
“inspiring quotes with you before, but it’s not easy to say them all. That’s why we’re happy to turn to infographics like this one
3-D Shapes | Middle School Math and Science
“Many students never really understand volume or surface area, although they can memorize the formulas and even apply them on tests.
real-life problems | Middle School Math and Science
“Linking Math to Real Problems”
100 People: A World Portrait
You’ve heard the idea before: What if the whole world were represented by 100 people? It is mind-boggling, for example, to realize that 61 would be from Asia and only 5 from North America.
mysimpleshow – create your own explainer video in minutes
“Use mysimpleshow in the classroom with your students or contribute to open educational resources. Introduce, summarize, and explain topics worth sharing.”
10 Habits Worth Starting in the Classroom – A.J. JULIANI
“Here are 10 habits that we can start doing right now with our students, following the habit formation loop popularized by Scott and James Clear: 1. Conversation at the door/desk Talk to students
Rooted in Math Educator Toolkit | NEEF
“When looked at in the context of the other STEM subjects (science, technology, and engineering), mathematics becomes a necessary tool in the practice of these fields
3 Ways to Build More Student Ownership of Learning
“Ownership is a characteristic that takes time to encourage, but you can build it by focusing on three specifics: choice, voice, and leadership.
TitanPad
“TitanPad lets people work on one document simultaneously Eight distinctive author colours to choose from”
Tips & Tools to Improve Student Notetaking Skills
“Teachers can also create opportunities for their students to engage in collaborative note-taking. When students work together to identify and reflect upon key concepts, they learn from each o…
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