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Students love solving crimes. Put your super sleuths to work and use it as a jump off activity to my Colonial America Unit: Why do people move? Students are given a background history to kick off the activity. Together they will create a
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What the heck is a witch? Has our definition of witches changed over time? Put your super sleuths to work and use it as a jump off activity for colonization, The Crucible, or a fun activity for Halloween. After engaging students in a discussion
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Spend a full day with the step by step lesson plan. Broken down and easy to follow this complicated theory is easy to understand. The researched and cited expository essay gives a brief history of the theory and explains how it impacted nations.
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Zombie virus has been reported in Kazakhstan! Your students will be given a fictitious FEMA memo to read. It details the beginnings of a contagion that has the ability to destroy the populations world wide. Your students, acting as FEMA teams will
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Act out the social class inequities of Pre-French Revolution in your classroom. Help students feel the injustice of the situation through a simulation that takes one class period. Your students will each be assigned a class and will be given
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Snowballs are flying along with jeers from an angry mob. Shots ring out in the crowd! But was it a massacre? The events leading up to the Boston Massacre were exciting. Put students in the time period with two different researched readings.
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Students love manipulatives. Put those darlings to work sorting, categorizing and understanding the patterns and connections between the New England, Middle and Southern colonies. Could also be great as a bulletin board. This does require some up
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Is wanting more a good thing? Help your students understand that the constant need for growth has economic, social and political implications with this fun and informative two day lesson. Included: *Day by day guide with instructions, guiding
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Give your students a booklet they can create that guides them through the entire process of answering document based questions. Print the booklet front to back fold and staple and your students will have everything they need. Included: *Space
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5 Mini lessons that start with simple strategies any student can incorporate into any research lesson. All of the lessons are short and meant to only take the first 5-10 minutes of class time. The first mini lesson "Introduction to
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The founding documents are not always easy for students to understand. Through the Buck Institute model students will answer the question Does the US Constitution still work? After looking at the founding documents in a fun interactive lesson.
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Government can be a year long simulation. This kit arms you with the structures you need to set up a government in your own class. Start by having student write their own classroom constitution. Then have them vote on their leaders. Each student
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Made Just for Elementary!!! Zombie virus has been reported in Kazakhstan! Your students will be given a fictitious FEMA memo to read. It details the beginnings of a contagion that has the ability to destroy the populations world wide. Your
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Does Christopher Columbus deserve a national holiday? Introduce students to the mercantilism system as they put the historical figures on trial. Keep their interest peeked when students will be given clues to solve the mystery of the lost colony of
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Nothing more exciting than "hands on history." Put those darlings to work sorting, categorizing, finding connections and patterns between the 9 principles of the US Constitution, the founding documents, the Enlightenment Philosophers and the
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Buy this complete bundled American Revolution and SAVE! The unit starts by having the students take part in a mock trial of the of participants of the Boston Massacre. Once they argue and defend their way though they can be introduced to the
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Ask your students: Which is more important national security or personal freedom and rights? After asking your students which they value most have them determine where in the spectrum they feel the United States falls during key points in history.
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Start your school year addressing the question that they have in the back of their minds, "why do we need this anyway?" Students will start with a "what if" activity where they will be asked to act as anthropologist learning about a new
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Students are immersed into the Revolutionary time period by acting out a mock trial for the Boston Massacre. Students will then partner up and research patriots in pairs sharing their information in a "speed dating" session that will leave them
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First in a yearlong series to engage learners in questioning and creating their status as digital citizens. This project focuses on digit access by looking at the what are rights vs. responsibilities vs. privileges. Students answer the essential
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I took an indirect path to the classroom. And for the first 5 years in the there I fought my love for it. It wasn’t until a trip to Africa and saw with my own eyes the power of education. Came back determined to teach and to find other ways to be able to afford my passion.

I originally found my home in a classroom in 1999. Initially, I thought I was meant to mold the minds of high schoolers, but I have since found where the party begins- middle school. I have taught a little bit of everything: World Cultures, Texas history (yes it is a real subject), US history, Economics, Government and World History.

For more on my beginnings Why I am still a teacher

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style is constantly evolving depending on what I am reading or the latest cool training that I receive. Check out, and start learning with my Book Reviews

What it looks like?

I have always been most comfortable with my students working in peer teams solving a problem or collaborating on a project together. There are so many unintended lessons that they can learn from each other when they are allowed to discuss and solve.

Pedagogy Passions

  1. Lately, my teaching has undergone a transformation into the PBL model. I use BIE as my guide.
  2. Fair isn't Always Equal:Assessing & Grading in the Differentiated Classroom made me angry and messed with my head but did change my teaching.
  3. Thinking Maps are life and are my favorite tool for teaching students to use process skills
  4. Kegan Strategies- are my old school grouping strategies that I like to throw in and use when I need to mix it all up.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Honors and Service

  • 2015-Present Member of the National Council for the Social Studies Government Policy Public Relations Committee
  • 2013-Present Director for Technology and Social Media, Texas Council for the Social Studies
  • 2006 McKamy Teacher of the year
  • 2006 Lewisville ISD finalist Teacher of the year
  • 2006 Technology teacher of the year
  • 2005-present Curriculum writer for the district

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS in History, minor in Secondary Education from the University of North Texas MBA in Marketing Logistics from the University of North Texas

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Other Stuff about Moi

I'm a blogger, social media addict, freelance writer, novelist and wanna be world traveler. I'm passionate about zombies, Star Wars, Harry Potter, T-rexs, and my puppies.

I feel my purpose on TPT is to provide researched, useful, creative, fun but still meaningful lessons for teachers.I hope to always make your job easier. Always. (Had to do it.:D)

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