Here is a series of maps from the Washington Post with a wide variety of data. The site is call 25 Maps and charts that explain America today. The imagine I selected how the inbound (where my sister lives) and outbound (where I live) population shifts. This might be interesting not only in helping students understand the represented data but also encourage them to present their own data in interesting ways.
December 19th, 2014 · No Comments · Content- Cross Discipline
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December 18th, 2014 · No Comments · Classroom
I’m not a big worksheet person- but they do provide many options for differentiation. Visit Worksheet Genius to create your own for the younger grades (K-5). For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
December 17th, 2014 · No Comments · Classroom
Working through the PARCC tutorial with your students might not be the most exciting classroom lesson. Add some energy (and interactivity) with the three Kahoot! quizzes I have created for the TestNav 8 session. There is one for each part of the tutorial ( A, B, and C). I’ve had the students review the tutorial (one section at a time) and then we play the Kahoot!. If you need to find the kahoots, search using the following tag (in the search box for public kahoots)- sboeparcc .