How to Learn Anything

At the beginning of any school year, teachers are always looking for ways to inspire students to learn. So, when I stumbled across this great Ted Talk (from TEDxCSU) called “How to Learn Anything” by Josh Kaufman, I decided to turn it into an infographic for my classroom. This Ted Talk also pairs well with […]

Quizizz Review

You know how you always keep a couple of tricks up your sleeve and a few strategies in your back pocket? Well, Quizizz is another one to add to your collection. I checked it out briefly last weekend; I liked how easy it was to sign up and especially how intuitive the interface is. Within […]

Welcome to Utopia!

Don’t get me wrong, I love a good dystopian novel. My students love them. I love that I get to teach about dystopias! But before we get to the worlds-gone-wrong, I like to challenge my students on their preconceived notions on what makes a “perfect society.” So, we study what a utopia is first. I start out […]

Analyzing Claims & Evidence Foldable

UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who has pinned and shared this foldable! I’ve added the information that I used in the “Analyzing Claims & Evidence” foldable to a FREE document on my Teachers Pay Teachers page, Lancy’s Language Arts. I appreciate your positive feedback & reviews!   Claims and Arguments Magic Insert Foldable   There’s nothing like having […]