Amy Bissetta

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Students will be able to identify the positive and negative effects of the Columbian Exchange. Students will be able to answer the essential questions-- What was the Columbian Exchange? What was exchanged? What were the negative and positive
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This is a great assignment! I am always amazed at the creativity of my students. In short, students write an obituary for the Articles of Confederation. Through this creative activity they demonstrate their knowledge of the strength and
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If you want your students to learn about one of the nation's most important abolitionists look no further. This activity is part webquest, part persuassive essay, and part creative "art." It was created for a graduate class I took on the
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This is always one of my favorite assignments as the students get so into it and create some really great pieces. It is something that could certainly be collaborated on with an ELA teacher. Through this assignment students demonstrate an
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Love this rubric! It makes grading DBQs a breeze. It could easily be adapted to any DBQ as well as any expository writing piece. It is simple and good.
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This is a great, creative activity. Students show they have an understanding of a historical figure's actions (can be anyone, not necessarily Andrew Jackson). Combines multiple intelligences! You'd be amazed at what the kids end up creating.
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This lesson can be adapted to any subject area. It combines character education with the study of a historical figure. The historical figure can be a scientist, politician, mathmatician, author, linguist, etc. It forces students to think
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching for over 17 years. I teach in a great school district with great kids, colleagues, and administrators. I have won many awards, both local and national.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a huge fan of inquiry based learning and a supporter of the Buck Institute's "Project Based Learning."

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Harvard University Fellowship, Recipient of several TAH grants, TEDEd National Award winner

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Cornell University Harvard University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I once worked for a magical corporation as well as played soccer in many parts of the world but in the end it was a "love of kid" that led me to education. I love teaching!

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