I posted a free lesson activity to commemorate the 9/11 anniversary on the TCI Blog. The activity has students gather the memories of people who remember the day and turn it into word art. Students…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by HeyMrsTE4chr Sep 4, 2011.
What books do you recommend your students to read over summer as they transition to the next school year? I'm gathering suggestions for a blog post and webinar I am planning. I'd love to hear what…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by HeyMrsTE4chr Jun 24, 2011.
To prime the pump for our time together this coming Monday, here are our discussion points:
Q1: What tech tools (sites) do you use to help prepare for your instruction? How? Give an example.
Q2: What tech tools do you use to get students into content? How? Give an example.
Q3: Which tech tools allow your students rich collaboration and discussion? How? Give an example.
Q4: What tech tools allow your students to show what they know in creative ways? How?…Continue
Posted on June 21, 2012 at 8:30am
For those that were not able to attend, and for those that did, here is the presentation that I used at NCSS this year. Please feel free to use as you like, tweak, or trash. The tools are free, the strategies that I showcased using these tools can be found embedded in all TCI resource programs. Learn more about them and try them out free today at www.teachtci.com.
Here's the link to the presentation:…Continue
Posted on December 6, 2011 at 8:30am
Posted on September 1, 2011 at 10:44am
Many teachers who are familiar with TCI strategies or lessons know how important the Multiple Intelligence theory by Howard Gardner is. We created a multiple intelligence test for our trainings and methods book. While there are MI tests out there online, none are quite kid-friendly like the one we use. I've looked for a web tool to create one, but found that none really allow me to create it the way I'd like. I created a Google doc spreadsheet though that will do the trick. You can…Continue
Posted on July 25, 2011 at 12:54pm — 1 Comment