Making Curriculum Pop

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PLAYLIST: ANNOTATION & READING WITH YOUR PEN PDF & JOURNAL ARTICLE!

EDITORS NOTE This blog was slightly updated and edited on 4.7.10 to support the new, updated Reading with Your Pen Palette that was publish…

Started by Ryan Goble

13 Jul 11, 2012
Reply by Joe Anthony

Summer Reading for Students and Teachers

This sounds like a "Duh", but what is the purpose of having the students do the summer reading?  How can you assess that purpose? Consider…

Started by Anna J. Small Roseboro

0 May 23, 2012

PLAYLIST: The Cartoon "Did You Read?" Quiz #1

Thank you to all the folks who have been wishing us the best in our move. For those of you new to the Ning, Nicole and I recently moved fro…

Started by Ryan Goble

25 May 16, 2012
Reply by Ryan Goble

PLAYLIST: Beyond Pair Sharing - Quadrant Partners

Your students have just done some in-class reading. You don't have time to facilitate a massive class discussion so you ask students to bri…

Started by Ryan Goble

15 Apr 22, 2012
Reply by Ryan Goble

MAKING GROUP WORK POP - PT. 1

The other day I was reading Matt Taibbi's editorial in Rolling Stone about my home state of Illinois' governor Rod Blagojevich. The best pa…

Started by Ryan Goble

11 Mar 29, 2012
Reply by Ryan Goble

Macbeth Interactive Motion Comic

Have any teachers used the Macbeth Interactive Motion Comic in the classroom? I'd love to hear your feedback if you have. It's getting good…

Started by Jo Wheeler

0 Feb 16, 2012

DISCUSSIONS THAT POP

Fortunately, making curriculum pop is a double entendre. While I believe classrooms should be filled with pop culture I also think they sho…

Started by Ryan Goble

23 Aug 8, 2011
Reply by Ryan Goble

MAP Results

Just wondering if anyone has incorporated a MAP results reflection in Math or English classes.  We have designed a new one and implemented…

Started by Jamie Mahmoud

1 Feb 7, 2011
Reply by Ryan Goble

TEACHING: SCIENCE, ART OR CRAFT?

Once upon a time, Napoleon, a twenty-three year old first year Biology teacher came into my office and sprawled on the forest green couch l…

Started by Ryan Goble

3 Sep 1, 2010
Reply by Karen Finter

Join my blog, Blooming Minds

Visit us at: http://bloomingminds.edublogs.org/ Blooming Minds is the BlogPortal created by Erin Bloom for student classroom use, as well…

Started by Erin Bloom

0 Aug 24, 2010

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