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    10 Smart Team-Building Games For Grades 7-12

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    The ideal classroom works as a team versus a group, dedicated to individual performance while committed to communicating and working together towards a common goal. Creating that kind of environment requires a camaraderie that empowers students to get involved through collaborating and communicating with their peers. The following games can serve as ice-breakers, brainstorming sessions,…

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    10 Team-Building Games For A Friendlier Classroom

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    10 Team-Building Games For A Friendlier Classroom Purpose: 10 Team-Building Games for a Friendlier Classroom is a fantastic resource for developing relationships and a positive tone in the classroom. Audience: Grades 3-8 What’s Included? Included are 10 team-building games to get you started towards a friendlier, more positive classroom. Team-Building Game Names 1. Name Juggling…

  • Deductive Reasoning Logic Puzzle: School Project Edition


    Because their teacher is progressive and student- centered, Mrs. Jennings’ class is doing a Genius Hour project, and each student gets to choose a project to work on. Based on the following clues about their work and personalities, match each student up with a project using inference and deductive reasoning. What’s included: 1 Logic Puzzle…

  • Reading Comprehension Strategy Resources


    The purpose of this product is to help students understand and use reading strategies to make sense of a text. A ‘reading strategy’ is anything that a reader does to understand what they are reading. It can be as simple as reading more slowly, and as complex as making judgments about the idea organization of…

  • Self-Guided Non-Fiction Reading Responses


    Critical literacy begins in being able to decode a text and then analyze it for meaning, implicit and explicit themes, and the relationship of a text to a given perspective, author’s purpose, and related text and media. Critical literacy is about a text and the motives of the people behind the text, and understanding how…

  • Sentence Stems to Replace ‘I Don’t Know’, or ‘I Can’t’ (With Bonus Cards)


    The implication of a question is that the student should have some kind of answer. Although there is value in ‘knowing,’ there is lasting power in inquiry because it’s a student-centered and self-sustaining process. ‘I don’t know,’ then, isn’t just a starting point for finding an answer or a ready-made template for some academic essential…