ELA, math, Performance Task Assessment, TpT Resources

“So You Want to be a YouTuber?” A Project Based Learning Activity

The conversation goes the same almost every time, an equal split between genders: "What do you want to be when you grow up?" "A YouTuber," the student replies.  A YouTuber. I need to remember that to make meaningful connections to our learning across the curriculum. "What type of YouTube videos do you want to make: streaming video games? Toy testing? Daily vlogs? Something entirely different?"

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math, Performance Task Assessment

Geometry Categorize It: Plane Shapes & Their Attributes

Geometry...it's tricky, friends! Between remembering all the plane shapes third graders should know and the attributes that make those shapes, well, those shapes, there's just a lot of KNOWING. So, I wondered how to make it stick through a hands-on, simple activity that would gets kiddos talking geometry. Then, it hit me: categorizing figures! SO,… Continue reading Geometry Categorize It: Plane Shapes & Their Attributes

Performance Task Assessment

Mov(i)ers & Shakers: iMovie Trailers as a Performance Task Assessment

An evident truth: kids just get technology. It's kind of the same way that I just get communicating with cats, but much more useful. Actually, as I began typing the title for this post, Milo nipped me because I stopped petting him. So maybe I don't get communicating with cats...ANYWAYS... I am always looking for ways to… Continue reading Mov(i)ers & Shakers: iMovie Trailers as a Performance Task Assessment