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This curriculum is intended for intermediate-high and advanced level students who plan to further their education by taking undergraduate courses at colleges and universities.
Students research mathematicians who have made famous and well known mathematical discoveries that have led to the mathematics they learn today. Some of the mathematicians are known by name, while others are known by their work. This project targets Common Core Technology Standards, mainly for gra
What better way to get kids interested in engineering than getting them to think like one first! Join me as I lead teams through fun and challenging games, while teaching them to think like an engineer. I’ve been writing Engineering articles for Highlights magazine for children for several years… a
This product is designed to help students keep up with the Table of Contents the ENTIRE year. I created this after finding my students had a hard time keeping up with Table of Contents beyond the first month of school. Instead of glueing one large Table of Contents to be used the entire year in
a art technique that i have implemented within my chosen art field that has helped me to produce quality portraits./www.createspace.com/3429849
A simple and effective lesson observation form whereby you can give honest feedback to teachers with targets for future reference. Also useful for teachers in training to see what observers will be looking for.
This is a kids yoga crash course - 60 minutes of video classes designed to inspire an interest in teaching kids yoga in beginners, and bring new perspectives for experienced teachers. Go to www.kidsyogacrashcourse.com to gain access to the video tutorials.
FRAMEWORK FOR GETTING MIDDLE SCHOOL STEM COURSE APPROVAL - NOT A UNIT PLAN, PLEASE SEE PREVIEW FILE. This is a course framework for a middle school STEM pre-engineering course. This framework has been approved by Washington State and used in the classroom for 2 years. This framework is designed as
What is 21st century learning, what are 21st century skills, and what does a 21st century classroom look like? What are the main elements that are indispensable for success today? What are you doing in your classroom to implement them? In this 10 week unit we focus on 3 main ideas Personalized Le
With many kids without computer access, this is an easy, low risk assignment available to print or share electronically.
Is this your first time teaching Forensic Science or are you looking for new materials on a particular topic? This Google Doc includes a guide to all of my Forensic Science curriculum files posted to TeachersPayTeachers. It shows everything available for purchase by chapter & topic so you don't
The AP Human Geography and AP Environmental Science courses look at the same relationship: that between humans and the Earth. APHG looks at it from the human perspective; APES looks at it from the perspective of the Earth. The content of the courses align and overlap. When the courses are taught si
A fun and interactive activity to have students and parents actively engage in conversation with elective (non-core) teachers about course description, design, and expectations. This activity can be used for middle school students who are visiting a High School Open House
This is the course outline for the Mechatronics and Competitive Engineering curriculum developed by Allison Kneisler for FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Team 3538 - the RoboJackets. This outlines the lessons that we teach our team members as part of our effort to become a world-class FRC team. Th
A quick learning guide into vegetable names in Hindi language.
Dear Teachers, Many of our students receive bad news that a loved one has cancer, mom and dad get a divorce, or a sibling goes to jail. CHECK OUT MY STORE on March 31, 2018 for the first teacher's resource/lesson from the series, "When Bad News Hits Home." You can make a huge difference not only in
We will be watching a video and reading excerpts from an article about Lab Meat Using Cornell notes and generating questions using Costa's Levels
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Testimonials are a great way to promote the subjects you teach. Students that are undecided on what elective to choose will have the opportunity to read previous students experience. After each semester give each student a testimonial sheet and have them write about their experience in your class.
Rapid introduction of spoken Chinese 1-5
Naturally, having a professional background in engineering and business, and being the son of a mother who taught school for 30 years, I had dreams of implementing an entrepreneurship curriculum into public schools. However, it wasn't long after trying my hand at teaching, first as a substitute and
All Graphic Novels discussed in this product I have material for at my TpT store.When I first tried to develop a graphic novel class it took me a long time of researching to figure out how to make it work and I had to create a lot of material for administrators and school board members unfamiliar wi
This document shows how YOU can turn any relevant news article into a lesson to use within your GED Science class. Students need to know current trends in energy production. Biofuels are a perfect example! They also will need to be able to write a response citing evidence that is found within a s
Teaching Child Development, Parenting, or a similar course? Download this FREE scope and sequence chart to follow with approximate weeks, units, and topics to cover. It will download as a PDF. This is my most downloaded item to date!Please note that this chart is meant to be a general guideline and

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