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Students create pamphlets, launch a twitter campaign, or engage in a simulation as more and more taxes appear over time. Engage students in some of the major causes of the American Revolution with these engaging station activities. American
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Challenge your students to find the treasure by using Pythagorean Theorem to explore the pirate territory. Students follow a scenario of problems to find a treasure buried by Pythagoras. Don't forget to take your pirate guide! Student tested and
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End of Year Activity: a self-reflection writing and art project for 6th graders is a great way to end the year. Each student writes a letter to their 7th grade self using the template or on a piece of paper. Students also complete a reflective art
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In this student-approved and ready-to use American Colonies activity, students engage in the design of a Colonial Town using pop-up buildings provided here. Students read informational texts on buildings typically found in a town from Colonial
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Skip the lecture and engage students in this inquiry-based gallery walk for the battles of the American Revolution. Students get up and moving on a gallery walk of the images of the American Revolution plus the part of the Treaty of Paris, a
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Students love becoming the experts on your class for next year with this survivor's guide collaborative activity! Don’t let the end of the year slip away mindlessly. Take time to let students reflect on their year by becoming experts for your
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Problem solving and engineering skills are cultivated with this ready-to use set of 120 mystery box design challenges. I love these as an engaging way to integrate engineering challenges into my every day class. Students select a random design
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In this ready for October, student-centered middle school language arts unit, students explore the genre of mystery. What makes a mystery? Why do some people love to be scared? What makes mysteries interesting? A great addition to your middle
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Your students will love to take on the role of math detectives with this engaging way to practice and review solving surface area and volume of rectangular and triangular prisms. Students follow clues(surface area and volume problems) to solve a
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This student-centered activity has students examine the first 10 amendments of the Constitution a.k.a. the Bill of Rights. Students work in partners or small groups to create a gallery display for one of the 10 amendments from the Bill of Rights.
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Skip the lecture and engage students in this Aztecs gallery walk activity. This introductory unit activity gets students up and moving as they explore the culture of the Aztecs. Students work collaboratively, make notes about aspects of the Aztec
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"Great activity to reinforce the forms of logs!!" - says a buyer. In this ready-to-use logarithms puzzle activity, students practice condensing and expanding logarithms and converting between logarithmic and exponential forms. Students find the
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Logic Puzzles: FREE logic puzzle sampler is a ready to use logic problem for your class. Great for math centers, time fillers or bell ringers. For more logic puzzles check out: - Summer Logic Puzzles - Seasonal Logic Puzzle Bundle - Fall Logic
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Whether you use for back to school or at the end of the year, challenge your students with this fun activity on Why Study History engages students in active analysis of the purpose of studying history. Students reflect on the value of learning
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Ratios with Mondrian is a set of four activities for students to explore ratio using student-created Mondrian-Inspired designs. A great addition to your 6th grade study of ratios. Students are introduced to the artwork of Piet Mondrian and then
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Jump into the March Madness tournament to apply probability concepts to a real-world application. Great for your sports loving students. Students explore probability first by determining the probability that a team will win. Students, further,
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Visualize World War II with this illustrated timeline project, great for collaboration or centers. Students select a World War 2 (WWII) topic from the list of events. Students work individually or in groups to research the World War II event.
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Task cards are fantastic for scavenger hunts, races and differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of task cards focuses on word problems with greatest common factor and least common multiples. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set
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Historic Figure Mini-Project: Build a Resume is one way for students to convey research about a historical figure, famous individual, or even themselves. What would Franklin D. Roosevelt’s resume or DaVinci’s look like? Also great for characters
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End of Year Activity: A self-reflection writing and art project for 7th graders is a true gift to your students as well as being great fun. Students reflect on their 7th grade year through writing a letter and completing a “self-portrait” style art
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught in high poverty public schools, private schools and most recently in gifted programs. I believe in student-centered learning. Students are the inspiration and often designers of their own learning. My curriculum supports students being empowered to think and question.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student-centered, differentiated.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Does the fact that my students enter my room sometimes an hour before school and often won't leave at the end of the day because they love hanging out, count?! More traditionally...Member Pi Lambda Theta (Education honor society) and Bowen Educational Research Scholar

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

PhD in Education

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Curriculum developer, educator, education policy researcher, author, advocate for social justice, PhD, and of course, ultra marathon runner. Find teaching ideas, free stuff, and more on the blog: http://www.educationwithdocrunning.com/

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