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What IS this graphing resource? These are NOT your typical graphing activities...and they are not just "busy work" for students--this resource is meant to be collaborative, instructional, rigorous and FUN! Graphing lessons that are more than fill in the blank worksheets--that's what our students ne
This bundle will give you the opportunity to include some reflective, constructivist lessons on the Revolutionary War in your classroom while providing you with fun, engaging projects and activities as well. Each activity on the American Revolution is big on content, deep in critical thinking, and
Help students develop an understanding of circle of fifths. By creating the circle themselves, they will be able to recreate it time and time again.
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This hands-on, constructivist lesson will engage and motivate all of your learners. Each student gets a primary source account of a piece of the real story to illustrate. The timeline is constructed when all entries are done, unfolding the story of the Boston Tea Party! There is flexibility and t
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Bringing two of our favorite things together--history and games! Students will research colonial regions and then create a card game in this collaborative activity. Whether it's while creating or playing friends' games, students will be highly engaged and reinforcing their learning. Our students
Sick of creating seating charts? Never have enough "corners" to keep students separated? This activity will empower students to create their own seating chart. And as an added bonus, your classroom culture will improve as well!This 20-30 minute activity guides students through choosing their own sea
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It's a colonial regions conundrum! Students comb through the clues within various primary sources and fictional narratives to piece together the personalities of the three colonial regions - New England, Middle Colonies, and the South. Your students will love this sorting challenge! This activity h
This Power Point can be used to help your train your staff on 5-E Lesson Planning.
This bundle is a terrific source for all things Plymouth and Pilgrims. Whether you replace the textbook and teach in a more constructivist approach, or you just want to supplement your curriculum with some hands-on, active learning, this bundle will help in authentic, fun ways.Included:Students wil
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This unit is packed full of reading, writing, and critical thinking in developing media literacy. Students will construct a definition of altruism using the Gift of the Magi by O. Henry. They will analyze media to determine whether campaigns and media attention distort the intent of the giving. T
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Who says you can't be constructivist in math class? Give these problems before you teach the lesson. Let your students see how they solve these journal entries and have them share their strategies. Did they draw a picture? Maybe they used tally marks to organize their math. The students will be
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Use dice to determine probability and test the outcome in this hands-on activity. Help the students construct a deeper understanding of probability with reflection questions throughout the process. Connect the simulation in class to games played, proving once again, math can be fun! This is a per
Mark scheme for Balanced Forces: constructivist problem set for middle school physics
**These are not merely word problems. Included are EIGHTEEN 20-25 minute journal entries that spark deep problem solving and critical thinking. That's 18 weeks worth of journaling! Many prompts require writing of mathematical thinking. Some are differentiated. Topics covered include place value
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Who says you can't be constructivist in math class? Let your students see how they solve these journal entries and have them share their strategies. Did they draw a picture? Maybe they used tally marks to organize their math. The students will benefit from seeing that, even though there is only
Mark scheme for Unbalanced Forces: constructivist problem set for middle school physics
A hands-on constructivist approach to understanding two and three dimensional measurement and geometry. Students build and model area and surface area of two dimensional objects- rectangles, parallelograms, trapezoids and circles and extend this to volume of prisms. Through a series of simple and en
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Who says you can't be constructivist in math class? Let your students see how they solve these journal entries and have them share their strategies. Help them construct an understanding of what is happening during division. The students will benefit from seeing that, even though there is only one
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Who says you can't be constructivist in math class? Let your students see how they solve these journal entries and have them share their strategies. Did they draw a picture? Maybe they used tally marks to organize their math. The students will benefit from seeing that, even though there is only
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Who says you can't be constructivist in math class? This is a 5-day journal entry on estimation and number sense. Each day takes about 15-20 minutes. Get your students looking forward to math every day! Need more entries? Check our bundle here Math Journal Bundle.
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Who says you can't be constructivist in math class? Let your students see how they solve these journal entries and have them share their strategies. Did they spot the mistakes in thinking? The students will benefit from seeing that, even though there is only one right answer, there are many paths
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Who says you can't be constructivist in math class? Let your students see how they solve these journal entries and have them share their strategies. Did they draw a picture? Maybe they used tally marks to organize their math. Did they spot the mistake in thinking? The students will benefit from
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Who says you can't be constructivist in math class? Let your students see how they solve these journal entries and have them share their strategies. The students will benefit from seeing that, even though there is only one right answer, there are many paths through mathematical thinking. Journalin
This worksheet guides students to analyze a drawing by Joaquin Torres Garcia and interpret the meaning behind his South American iceberg. It also has an extra credit question for students to explore other artists. Great for a do now or exit ticket!

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