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Category: Playlists

Captivate Your Classroom With These High School Playlists

Captivate your classroom with these teaching “playlists” which are a series of themed blended resources you can use for the diverse students in your class. Explore each playlist by subject, or access the entire collection.   Social Studies: The Problem With Prosperity Our world is more interconnected than ever before but globalization has vast economic, political and social […]

Scrambling For Curriculum After Memorial Day Weekend? (6-8th Grade Playlists)

Check out these newly curated resources for grades 6–8. Explore each playlist by subject, or access the entire collection of 6-8th grade resources here. Social Studies: Outbreak!   Welcome to the dark side of the Silk Road. Examine how interregional interactions led to the spread of the Black Death. Science: A Lap Around the Gene Pool     Your genes hold the code to […]

Instructional Playlists to Shake Things Up (3-5th Grades)

From earthquakes to conversion tables, we’ve put together these teaching resources specifically for 3rd-5th grade classrooms. Instructional Playlists to Shake Things Up is a collection of themed teaching resources for all grades. You can explore each playlist by subject below, or access the entire collection here. Social Studies: Breaking the Border This playlist provides a comprehensive look at a […]

Curated Teaching Resources for K-2 Classrooms

Like any good playlist, this one has been carefully arranged for K-2 classrooms, with your needs in mind. Check out each playlist by subject or click here to access the full collection.   SCIENCE: It’s Alive! (Or Is It?) Our world is comprised of both living and non-living things. In this ​playlist, students learn how to tell the difference.   […]

Use Planner Like Pinterest — 5 Tips for Saving Teaching Resources

Last week I went to see Pipeline, a riveting play, at least on its surface, about education. I left the theater fantasizing about the opportunities for lesson plans that lived within the lines of the play. I went home and googled the Gwendolyn Brooks poem repeated throughout the narrative. I read an article about the playwright. I scanned YouTube […]

Serious Play

Is there a direct correlation between early childhood learning experiences and high school graduation rates? Are students’ academic learning outcomes in later years, predetermined by the quality of their early childhood education? Research on the subject is all over the place, but, from what I have read, science strongly suggests the answer to these questions […]

Resource Room — Holiday Shopping

Happy Sunday Teachers! Here’s a roundup of every resource we shared over the past week. With all the shopping this weekend, who doesn’t love free resources?? Check out https://www.gutenberg.org/ to find tons of eBooks to help those readers you have! Get into the holiday spirit! ‪#‎Teach‬ patterns and symmetry with this fun snowflake video by […]

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