Monthly Archives: January 2015

Five Minute Primary Source Lesson

Sometimes I feel a slump in my lesson planning creativity. During such an occurrence I saw a tweet from @TeacherToolkit which sparked interest. The title was catchy and so was the visual outline for the 5 Minute Lesson Plan… I started to dig out resources discovered at Edcamps and Conferences from the past. I wanted to bring Primary Source resources into the class. Continue reading

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The Case of the Missing ‘Thank You’

The beginning of the school year had a unique, almost daily occurrence. A small group of my 7th period students would thank me for another great lesson. It was a great start to the year. I did not realize how … Continue reading

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