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Safety and Kindness Online: Digital Citizenship for Middle and High Schoolers
6th - 12th
We have always told our students that they could be anything they want to be, but never have these words been truer than in today's expansive digital world. Young users can be friends or bullies, gullible or skeptical, fake or authentic—all without boundaries provided by their online platforms. Provide those boundaries with a series of classroom lessons, parent handouts, and interactive activities that keep learners informed about the rights, responsibilities, and rule of digital citizenship.
Classroom Management in Elementary Grades
K - 5th
Establishing classroom rules and expectations during the first few days of school is crucial in setting the tone for the entire school year. Exposing individuals to a morning routine, as soon as they walk through the door on that first day of school, is a must! Create the classroom rules together and identify consequences for breaking them. Model and practice classroom transitions, as well as hallway procedures. Ensure pupils know how to be effective listeners and direction followers. Create an encouraging, respectful, and collaborative community in the classroom. Maintain an organized environment throughout the year. Use this collection of classroom management resources to guarantee a successful school year.
Young Digital Citizens
K - 6th
It's important to know our limits within the world wide web. Teach your young digital citizens the basics of online etiquette like who we can communicate with, what we share, how to be safe and secure, understanding misinformation, and when to report inappropriate online behavior.
Treasured Stories by Eric Carle
Pre-K - 2nd CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewExplore the works of Eric Carle with a set of four lessons focused around the stories, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, Papa, Please Get the Moon For Me, and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Young readers develop a storyboard,...
Debate and Reasoning as Academics
7th - 12th
This is a fantastic collection for developing logical debate skills in a secondary classroom. Each resource identifies a controversial topic and outlines differing perspectives, legal and etymological history, and focuses on academic language. Choose one for the whole class, and then split into small groups or partners and assign one to each!
Solving an Equation with One Set of Parentheses
3 mins 7th - 10th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewTime to distribute some learning! The video lesson teaches how to solve an equation by applying the distributive property. Learners watch as the instructor completes each step, explaining as he goes. The first step to solving uses the...
Solve an Equation with Variable on Both Sides
4 mins 7th - 10th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewSolving equations is the groundwork for all of algebra. A video presentation explains the steps for solving an equation with variables on both sides. Using a different color for each step, the instructor shows how to manipulate the...
Solve a Linear Equation With Decimals and Variables on Both Sides (Example)
6 mins 7th - 10th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewCreate better equation solvers! The video presentation tackles solving an equation with variables on both sides with decimal coefficients. The instructor explains how to multiply by a constant to eliminate the decimals before continuing...
Solving Multiple Step Equations
10 mins 8th - 11th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewNot only can equations have many steps to solve, but those steps can look very different from equation to equation. The narrator of the video lesson explains the steps to solving six different multi-step equations. He provides...
The History of Electrical Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #4
9 mins 9th - 12th
New ReviewDid you know that a murder helped the electric telegraph become famous? The fourth of 46 videos in the Crash Course Engineering series focuses on electrical engineering, its history, and its myriad applications. It breaks the field into...