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Great Classroom Ideas





Interactive, three-dimensional, student-made graphic organizers.  Use them for note-making, journaling, study aids, projects…

Foldables are Wonderful – organized in subject areas.

Get in the fold – lots of ideas organized in concepts and skills.  This link takes you to an idea for using foldables as you teach the book Say Something (available at the DRC) as a way to open up dialogue about what it feels like to be teased or bullied.  http://getinthefold.blogspot.com/2010/09/say-something.html

Minibook Gallery – examples and templates.

LapbookingAfter making a variety of mini-books about a larger topic, all the books are put together in a large folder. The finished product is called a lapbook because it's large and covers your lap.




Use infographics (visual representation of information) in the classroom. Check out the following resource

10 Awesome Free Tools to Make Infographics 

Infographics as a Creative Assessment

NYT Learning Network Teaching with Infographic Series

GOOD Infographics

Visual.ly Inforgraphics and Data

Chart Porn: Data Visualizations You Gotta Love


20 things that happen in a minute

David Warlick's Infographic Resources



Comments (1)

Moira Kirkpatrick said

at 5:40 pm on Jan 8, 2012

I just tried to make the Story Elements Layered Look Book using my 2011 version of Word. None of the headings show. You will need to open it in an older version of Word (a PDF format would have been the better way to distribute this).

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