I’m making a change in the content of the regular feature. In addition to sharing the top five posts that have received the most “hits” in the preceding seven days (though they may have originally been published on an earlier date), I will also include the top five posts that have actually appeared in the past week. Often, these are different posts.
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Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. List Of Knowledge Questions My TOK Students Are Using This Year For Their Oral Presentations
2. The Best Resources For Helping Teachers Use Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom
3. Here’s The End-Of-Year Goal-Setting Unit I’m Using With Students (Videos & Handouts Included!)
4. The Best Places To Get The “Same” Text Written For Different “Levels”
Here are this week’s top posts that originally appeared in the past seven days (if they are not already on the above list):
USEFUL LIST OF “UNRELIABLE WEBSITES”
MY FLIPBOARD MAGAZINE IS UPDATING AGAIN, SO THERE ARE SEVEN DIFFERENT WAYS TO SUBSCRIBE TO THIS BLOG
ONE WAY I’M PROMOTING “TRANSFER OF LEARNING” WITH MY STUDENTS – HANDOUT & VIDEOS INCLUDED
“WAYS TO HAVE STUDENTS EVALUATE CLASSES”
UPDATED & REVISED: THE BEST ESL/EFL BLOGS – SHARE YOUR FAVORITES!
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK PUBLISHES COMICS FOR MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES
THIS IS INTERESTING: BLOOM & MASLOW NEVER USED PYRAMIDS TO EXPLAIN THEIR IDEAS
BIG WEEK FOR OUR LONG-TERM ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS
THIS IS A GREAT OUTLINE FOR WRITING UP RESULTS OF A TEACHER ACTION RESEARCH PROJECT
NO SURPRISE: STUDY FINDS THAT EDUCATORS WHO “DON’T SEE COLOR” HARM STUDENTS OF COLOR