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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In this article, Meredith Macvean helps you tackle teaching the states of matter by providing a step-by-step guide with activities.
Graphing is a important math skill that begins in the primary grades, and carries on through middle and high school. In this article, Pat Verhoeven has shared a large list of online graphing resources for you to use in your classroom regardless of the grade or age range you teach.
Let the games begin! Find creative ways to bring this year's Olympic games into your classroom.
In this latest article, Tabitha Savage tackles how to meet the Common Core State Standards for teaching multiplication.
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Go beyond what the textbook says and use these ideas to make learning about tectonic plates more of a hands-on experience for students.
One of our favorite writers is back! In her latest blog, Pat Verhoeven shares tips, websites and resources for helping students explore and understand geometry.
Struggling to get your students involved in classroom discussions? Follow these tips from Tabitha Savage for setting the framework for productive class discussions.
Couponing is all the rage, but how can you use coupons to teach mathematics? In this article, Tabitha Savage shares some simple couponing activities you can do with early and upper elementary students. She even includes a couponing flipchart with pretend coupons to help you get started with your lesson.