Taking notes is an important part of studying, but how we take notes is equally important. Many students may have formed their note-taking habits before they even reach your class. However, there are some things you can suggest. This week I … Continue reading Tips for Taking Notes
This week I thought I would follow up Jeopardy with another classroom adaptation. Family Feud was a game show where two families competed against each other. The show surveyed 100 people and the families had to guess the most popular … Continue reading Family Feud – A Classroom Adaptation
This is part of the “What’s your story?” blog challenge being hosted by Vicky Loras. It took me a long time before I could think of ‘my story’, then I realized that one of the biggest changes in my life … Continue reading My Story – Why I started to blog
Adapting quiz shows to use in the classroom is a great way to review everything you have been studying. Jeopardy is a popular American quiz show where the contestants are given the answer and they must form the question. The … Continue reading Jeopardy – A Classroom Adaptation
It’s the beginning of 2015, and it’s time to prepare a new classroom calendar and a new study calendar. 2014 was a great year. Tekhnologic had a fantastic start and it was a year I picked up some new tips … Continue reading 2015 Calendars – one for the classroom, one for study.