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Think back to your elementary years, your middle school years, and then your high school years. What was the little voice in your head saying to you about your abilities, your strengths, and your va

Do you teach your students about growth mindset? Are you aware of the benefits of using positive affirmations? Combine these two powerful approaches and transform student achievement! Easy to use for teachers and super beneficial for students, these 22 a

Learning Style Survey {Freebie}!

This survey is intended to give you and your students an idea of their learning styles as you plan for instruction. 10 basic questions ask students their opinion of how they learn best. *Recently updated font choice*

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Time to Perform. The How Can Teachers Elicit Students' Performance Infographic refers to Gagne’s event of instruction and shows 27 ways teachers can ensure that their students can demonstrate their knowledge of what they were taught.

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The How to Present the Learning Objectives Infographic refers to Gagné’s event of instruction and presents ways teachers can inform their learners about the learning objectives

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This is a very simple lab activity for students who are just beginning to study the metric system and are learning to use lab equipment. This activity involves only the metric units of volume and temperature. Students will answer questions about a graduated cylinder and a thermometer. Students will measure the volume of several items. Follow up questions involve metric to metric conversions and metric to English conversions. Students will use dimensional analysis.

This is a very simple lab activity for students who are just beginning to study the metric system and are learning to use lab equipment.