Morning Meeting in a Middle School Autism Setting. This post has tons of great suggestions on how to make this an appropriate and engaging part of your day with your middle and high school special needs students. Read more at: http://teachloveautism.blogspot.com/2015/09/morning-meeting-in-middle-school.html
The Hungry Teacher: Guided Reading and Small Groups in Middle School PART II
The series continues with tips for differentiating note taking in the middle school math classroom. Follow the links to get caught up on Edition 1. Strategies and resources are discussed so that you can meet the needs of all of your middle school math students this school year. By Free to Discover.
Looking for ways to differentiate instruction in your middle school math classroom? Begin with this introductory post and follow the series to get concrete strategies and ideas that you can implement today. Meet the needs of ALL of your students this year! By Free to Discover.
Differentiation IS for every classroom. However, the degree to which you differentiate is up to you. Are you looking for specific ways to differentiate instruction in your middle school math classroom? My blog series' on differentiation will give you concrete ideas and instructions that you can implement right away. Check out this Differentiation 2.1 post on differentiating note-taking in middle school math. By Free to Discover.
This is a great project for G+T students in fifth and sixth grade. Variations I have done include working individually and letting the students choose anywhere in the world they would like their country to be. The geography and climate of their portion of the earth affects the other aspects, such as history, customs, foods, etc.
Middle School Maker Journey: Top 20 Technologies and Tools