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Engagement Strategies

Random Grouping Cards

I love putting my students in groups! I believe that grouping students is an effective way to help students learn and it encourages student leadership. One of the easiest ways to group students is to use grouping cards. I made… Continue Reading →

Managing Middle School Behaviors with Google Forms

UPDATE:  My principal was a guest writer for NASSP and she talked about my management system!  You can read her blog post here. I have a new principal this year and I’ve noticed that she uses Google Docs quite often… Continue Reading →

I Spy Colored Rice Bottles

Last week, I was cleaning out my classroom closet and found an activity that I haven’t used in years… It was my I Spy Scientific Notation and Law of Exponent colored rice bottles. My students LOVED playing with these! On… Continue Reading →

6 Games for Learning Vocabulary Words

It’s been awhile!  I’ve been so busy with my student blogging site that I haven’t taken the time to share classroom strategies with my teacher friends.  Today, I’d like to share 6 games I’ve been using in my classroom to… Continue Reading →

Talk Moves Talkie Talk

Me and my teacher friend started using Talk Moves (our name for it is Talkie Talk!) a couple of years ago.  At first, we were both thinking what is this crazy stuff but after we started using Talkie Talk we… Continue Reading →

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