Peer teaching helps everyone! After all, if you can teach something, you truly understand it. Put another way, teaching something is learning it twice over.
Students use these simple, flexible, evergreen forms to research Important Questions, write measurable objectives, and outline plans for peer teaching a lesson on any topic.
Works seamlessly with any unit. Plenty of guidelines, yet room for your parameters.
Includes optional activities to expand and reflect on the teaching experience. Plus, two mini-posters to really focus on what makes a successful, measurable objective.
The preview file allows you to scan every page. Most every page is a no-prep printable. Best for 5th grade and up; easily scalable.
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For 25+ years Katie Engen has taught in public and private, formal and informal, K-16+ settings. She has a B.S. and M.Ed. from the University of Virginia, a Professional Clear Certificate from Loyola Marymount University in California, and enjoys ongoing PD, especially in STEAM. Katie has worked with students with a wide range of abilities, supported K-16 educators and public outreach professionals, and individualized instruction to meet many special needs.