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Cooperative learning is an instructional strategy that simultaneously addresses academic and social skill learning by students. It is a well-researched instructional strategy shown to be highly successful in the classroom. This website includes free pritables and ideas to help you continue to implement this strategy with your students.
Part of teaching is helping students learn how to tolerate ambiguity, consider possiblitiies, and ask questions that are unanswerable.
--Sara Lawrence Lightfoot
Word 2007 Tip
Ever have trouble with spacing in Word 2007? Sometimes when you return, you can't get the word processing program to single space, even when it is set to single space? Just hit shift when you return and your single spacing will return!!!
I love using books with author websites. They provide a wealth of information, games, links to other relevant issues surrounding that title etc. Kate DiCamillo (author of Tale of Despereaux and other wonderful tales) has a new highly anticipated book that just hit Hulstrom's bookshelves. I am holding several copies in the hopes that someone needs a wonderful new read aloud. Click on the surrounding links to learn more about Kate DiCamillo and The Magician's Elephant.
What kind of characteristics are in a 21st Century Educator?
Take a look at the chart of the characteristics of a 21st century educator. We will be looking at each characteristic and giving you tools to implement the characteristics that fit YOU into your classroom over the next several TIPS issues. Until then, connect to a great learning/collaborative environment by clicking on the flying heart and visit Classroom 2.0!
Online Content: Sharing Your Work
Did you know there is YouTube content for teachers on TeacherTube? Check it out and have fun with the wealth of resources available!