Classroom Community Character Traits Jigsaw Method Activity
I was looking for a way to help students understand the importance of character traits when it comes to our classroom community. This free character trait jigsaw presents students with the definitions to
This is an art/research project for students in grades 2-5 with extensions to serve students in grades 6-12. Students of all grades need to be familiar with and appreciative of the communities in which they live and learn.
The project is based around the 'Three R's of Our Community'
It is an important life skill for students to think about what they think their future career might entail. This fun career day project and presentation will take students on a journey as they fill out a resume and job application before going on a job interview in front of their peers.
This resource correlates with Lowry’s True Colors®️ personality type theory.
Knowing one’s personality type or “color” is extremely helpful in understanding how one learns, processes, and responds to situations. Identifying personality styles has significant potential in helping a teacher reach h
When is the right time to introduce children/adolescents to the practice of mindfulness? As a psychologist working with youth and a mindfulness practitioner this question comes up frequently in conversation. While there is no single answer there is a growing body of research that helps inform the
This is a very simple form. It gives examples of some classroom procedures and explains how they COULD be set up. This is great for first year teachers who need a little guidance in this area or could use a little help getting started! Word Document
End of year research activity! Students reflect on their own experiences in Junior High (may be adapted to high school) and create interview questions to gather information for creating a Junior High Survival Guide. My students interviewed 6th graders (to get their perception of junior high) as we
This product shows the meaning behind my brand- ReThinking the Middle. I believe students need to be given second chances to make better choices, while reflecting on their successes and shortcomings to become better problem-solvers. The three main goals of restorative justice are threaded throughout
Great for STEAM-integration or for a cross-curricular long-term project! This all-in-one project packet includes:
-Cover Page for Student Name
-Letter to Parents with Project Information
-Section for Students to Define Relevant Vocabulary
-Section for Students to Conduct an Interview on Goods and S
This resource is designed for middle school learners in an English Language Arts or Reading classroom. Unlike the typical, skill or standards-based do-now, these prompts combine the research of John Hattie’s Zone of Desired Effects with the tenets of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy to enhance student
Do your students have millions of questions? Do you find yourself saying “I’m busy right now” or “That’s a great question, but we don’t have time to talk about that, we have to get through this right now.”
Who invented candy?
Why is the sky blue?
How many bristles does a toothbrush have?
Students will research how kids make a difference in our community and world. They will be inspired to make a positive change by learning from great role models.
~ Classmate interview to get students talking about how they've made a difference in the lives of others
~ Digital and paper ve
Group Rating Checklist . This sheet allows students to give you input on how the groups went daily.
Group Roles; 2 different sheets with 8 different roles each. Customizable
Pre Group survey: Survey for each student to take that identifies strengths and weaknesses
Self Rating checkl
This Bullying Perception Survey contains 43 questions and is designed for Administrators (Assistant Principals and Principals)
There are a variety of questions in this detailed survey: multiple choice, checkboxes, rankings, Likert responses, filter or contingency, semantic differential, interval, d
This Bullying Perception Survey contains 47 questions and is designed for Parents.
There are a variety of questions in this detailed survey: multiple choice, checkboxes, rankings, Likert responses, filter or contingency, semantic differential, interval, dichotomous, measurement, comment boxes, etc.
This Bullying Perception Survey contains 44 questions and is designed for Teachers.
There are a variety of questions in this detailed survey: multiple choice, checkboxes, rankings, Likert responses, filter or contingency, semantic differential, interval, dichotomous, measurement, comment boxes, etc
Series of maps as pdf's for printing and laminating. Includes Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North and Central America, South America and the continents. In the set there are three A3 size posters and four A4 posters.