Last summer at NTPRS Leslie Davison introduced a game called the "le da" game. Brilliant! It is so simple and has tons of potential to go wherever you need it to go. The basic idea is to create a mini-situation and have the class vote on the outcome. 1) Introduce a character (student actor) and establish something … Continue reading “Le da” game
In a previous post I mentioned some of the most important things I learned at NTPRS in Chicago this summer. I mentioned TIME, PROPS, and PQA treasure hunts. In this post I wanted to highlight some very simple technology tricks that I saw at NTPRS. I love technology. I love making videos and presentations. I … Continue reading NTPRS – Top Take aways (4-5) Technology that is worth it!
So now that is it almost OCTOBER!! ¡AY! I am finally sitting down to write out what I learned at NTPRS this summer in Chicago. Here are the first 3 things. In no particular order because I can't begin to rank the importance of each thing. Número UNO- TIME I teach Kindergarten through 8th grade. That is … Continue reading NTPRS – Top Take aways (1-3)
Attending the NTPRS conference this year in Chicago was the fulfillment of a 6 year wish. I have been reading and listening to all these presenters for years, and suddenly here I am surrounded by my heroes. These people taught me how to teach! And they are willing to talk to me and help me! I mean…I … Continue reading NTPRS- Star Struck!!!