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I’m still trying to put together all of the stuff from last weekend. There’s been so much goodness, it’s hard to keep up.
So today just a quick post highlighting one graphic organizer and a couple of links from Scott Waring and Cheryl Torrez. 164 more words
This week’s guest post is written by Angela Howdeshell, Vice President for Programs and Administration for the Kansas Council for Economic Education.
The current political tension has created many “teachable moments” for helping students understand many of the economic issues facing our nation. 709 more words
In today’s practicum:
Today I taught a lesson about the Declaration of Independence. I had a 40 minute block to teach this topic. I opened with a fun video of a modern song adapted to describe the Declaration, and then I had the whole class take notes on the basics (when, where, why, who, etc.) Following this, we watched a video of a reading of the Declaration by celebrities, which had subtitles on it for students to follow along with. 233 more words
Okay. The title had already pulled me in but any session that’s playing the Hamilton soundtrack as you enter the room is destined to be awesome. 779 more words