Here is the link to my book talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNnUHXYe3As
For my first solo lesson, I had the goal of set, development and closure. My goals I set were to give clear instructions so students know what they are supposed to be doing, and allow enough time for drawing and partner discussions. I think I did good at achieving my goal here because I had… Continue reading Directions
I think my classroom management skills have improved a lot since the first couple of lessons, but I think there is always room for improvement. I still find that I have a hard time keeping everyone quite while someone else is sharing a story or answering a question.
This was the final week of pre-internship for the fall semester. This week I was challenged to do a lesson incorporating outcomes from at least two different subjects. I decided to do visual storytelling in English Language Arts, and Aboriginal artist from around the world in Arts. Ed. I did my lesson on Australian Aboriginal… Continue reading Week 7
Kahoot! is a game-based learning platform, used as educational technology in schools and other educational institutions. Kahoots are multiple-choice quizzes that teachers can create and have their students participate in an online quiz from their cellphones, tablets or laptops. It is a lot of fun for both students and teachers.
If you have your students do a multiple intelligences quiz, you can learn a lot about the ways that they learn best. I did this with my students and found that a majority of them are visual, musical, interpersonal and kinesthetic learners. Some were naturalistic, and some were number smart. Providing a variety of different… Continue reading Multiple Intelligences
Multiple Intelligences Quiz: 24 Questions Takes less than five minutes Learn the best ways that you learn A great way to see how your students learn best, and who doesn't like doing a personality quiz?