Distribute a set of these cards to each student or to partners. During the classroom discussions, ask students if they agree or disagree. This encourages all students to have a "voice" and also a quick assessment for the teacher. You then ask a
Tic-Tac-Toe Student Choice Boards are a strategy where the students have a choice in selecting their learning activities for a unit of study. Using the template, the teacher will input 9 different choices for the students (example: illustrate a new
Career and Technical Education, Family Consumer Sciences, For All Subjects
Learn how to involve your students in reflecting on their work by conducting student led conferences. The ideal interaction is fluid, casual, and focused on both parties sharing their insights in a positive way.
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Career and Technical Education, For All Subject Areas