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Total Participation Techniques by Persida and William Himmele is filled with excellent strategies for getting ALL students involved while also offering effective formative assessment strategies.This toolkit includes several tools you can use to get started in putting together your TPT toolkit! Prin
I just finished reading the book by William and Persida Himmele called Total Participation Techniques- Making Every Student an Active Learner and I've decided to implement these techniques into my classroom. I'm creating a folder for each of my students with these printables inside (most of them lam
Fun iPhone template to use as an Exit Slip: "Text me what you learned today." Text boxes allow students to respond to each other or the teacher to write a comment. iphone template can also be utilized as a Total Participation strategy in which students "text" a thought, hypothesis, or opinion and
I print these on cardstock and then fold them so that they form tents on the students' desks. Some of the cards I have them fold and put in a bag called "Hold Ups" and then when we are working, tell them which ones to take out. The students that are struggling are more likely to let me know this way
This pack includes 8 different total participation techniques to use with your 5-12 classroom! Check for understanding in a variety of ways, and get the entire class involved! This pack includes: - Anticipatory Guides - "Chalkboard Splash" Debriefing Forms - Cut-And-Paste Category Blank Form - Pictu
How can you get all of your students involved in class discussions and activities? Total Participation Techniques offer a variety of ways for students to engage during lessons! This bundles includes *Appointment Cards *Four varieties of Pinch Cards (blank, 4-spaces, blank 2-spaces, ABCD, and emoj
This download provides numerous resources that you can use to keep your students both actively and cognitively engaged in instruction. These resources will require your students to demonstrate their understanding, interact with others, and use higher level thinking skills. These resources can be use
To follow along with Himmele and Himmele's Total participation techniques, this folder has resources to allow for every student to participate, quickly and efficiently!
I print each of these slides on different colors of paper, laminate them, and store them in numbered envelopes with the numbers on the back of that envelope’s cards. A,B,C,D (for multiple choice) T, F (True/False) U (unable to determine) R (ready to share) S (still thinking) N (needs modifications)
Blank template for quick writes. This total participation technique can be used before, during, or after lessons. They are a great way to gauge student's understanding, prior knowledge, and instruction effectiveness.
This is a debriefing form to use after a chalkboard splash. This total participation technique is a great way to informally assess your students.
These number cards can be used in lieu of traditional hand-raising. This total participation technique is a great way to informally assess your students.
This total participation technique can be used by students during a lesson. This is a great way to informally assess your students.
Total participation techniques are the perfect tools to help get all students participating! When working on Jennifer Serravallo's lessons, we incorporated these hold up cards to help have students determine if one of the phrases defines the plot or the theme. The phrases were taken from the "Lesson
A total participation technique that encourages all students to respond every time. Allows for true/false, multiple choice, agree/disagree, and yes/no responses. A blank centers allows students to write short answers or show their work. Sentence stems encourage students to respond with a complete
Adapted from Total Participation Techniques: Making every student an active learner by Himmele and Himmele (2011)The Debate Team Carousel gives students the opportunity to analyze an issue by encouraging them to critically think about opposing perspectives. This activity touches upon how to create s
Pinch Card for Total Participation Techniques and holding all students accountable. less than greater than equal to
This product uses the Total Participation Technique-Think Pair Share. The Activity begins with a bell ringer question (titled a scholar start on the page). Next, the students will view the first 10 minutes of the film Hunger Games (which depicts the reasoning behind the Hunger Games to spark student
Are you interested in incorporating some Total Participation Techniques into your classroom? These response cards will help get all students involved and participating! Print hold up cards onto card stock for more durability. I also printed and then only cut on the horizontal line. Fold over an
This year I will be using the book Total Participation Techniques to increase higher order thinking and partipication in my classroom. This being said, I used their methods in my lesson plans for the first two weeks to create rules and having students find their strengths and make long term goals. I
This collection of strategies comes from the book Total Participation Techniques along with Checking for Student Understanding. Many of them are well-loved and tested techniques for assisting in monitoring student progress. There are 14 different activities or hold ups included in this PDF. They c
Place Value Pinch Cards can be used as a Total Participation Technique and form of assessment. Includes Ones, Tens, Thousands, Ten Thousands, Hundred Thousands & Millions. Has 4 cards on one sheet.
April 2016 - 28 NEW Pages! //NEW// Lesson Plans with assessment strategies //NEW// Total Participation Techniques //NEW// What's The Pattern Rule Lesson //NEW// Build a Pattern printables for use with manipulatives //NEW// I Can Statement posters //NEW// QR Codes for use with Venn & Carroll Diag
**40 pages**Engage your students with technology through jeopardy! Use as a total participation technique in your classroom today. The PowerPoint jeopardy game is aligned with Core Standards.Grade 2 Math Expressions Unit 7 Review.Categories:Arrays (Rows and Columns)Fractions (Halves, Thirds, and Fou

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