This week I want to share a few of the amazing things I’ve enjoyed from other educators. Here are 3 of my favorite finds on Pinterest and the world wide web of teaching this week:
What do high quality task cards look like in the middle school classroom? Earlier, I reflected on just how much I’ve fallen in love with using task cards. Today I want to share some adjustments and “add-ons” I use with task cards to make sure they are effective. There are three specific things I wanted to make sure I addressed when designing task cards: self-correction and feedback, student accountability, and increasing complexity.
I gotta be honest, before this year I’d never really heard about task cards, let alone used them in my math classroom. But, I’ve been converted and now I can’t imagine teaching without them. Math task cards take center stage in my classroom now. I’m so excited to share with you 10 simple ways math task cards can energize your classroom! [Read more…] about Task Cards in the Middle School Math Classroom