Learner Response Systems
This group is for all teachers in all subjects K-12, to share their ideas and successes of using Learner Response Systems as well as other creative uses in the classroom.
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Planet members constantly amaze us! As we ring in the new year, let's look back at which lessons were your favorites of 2014.
Looking for exciting math games to play with your students? Tabitha Savage shares some of her favorite games using cards and dice.
Do you need clipart for a lesson and don't know where to find it? Always willing to help out a fellow teacher, Pat Verhoeven shares her favorite sites for finding the perfect clipart to accompany any lesson.
Each new year brings new lessons and resources to share and use in
your classroom. In this article, we will highlight the top free and
publisher created lessons for 2012.
As we ring in the new year, now is the perfect time to take a trip back in time and look at the most popular resources on Planet. See which lessons, resource packs and publisher titles were downloaded the most in 2011. Did we leave one of your favorites off the list? Leave a comment and tell us about it!
Looking for ways to inject some festive fun into your mathematics lessons? Advanced Skills Teacher Marie Darwin blogs about her favourite ways of bringing Christmas into the classroom, including ideas for geometry, statistics, probability and more!
Anne Price begins a list of strategies to develop independent learning in mathematics. The first tools she recommends trying are de Bono's Direct Attention Thinking Tools (DATT)TM and Belle Wallace's TASC wheel. Help Anne's list grow by adding suggestions of your own!