Are you looking for an engaging way to cultivate diversity in your students? Partner with your librarian to instill appreciation and goodwill for pluralism in students with children's picture books.
The National Standards for High School Psychology Curricula call for diversity as an overarching theme, and this presentation will explore ways you can incorporate dynamic and powerful examples of diversity.
What do Carl Jung, Pink Floyd, and the Wizard of Oz have in common? Can we gain insight into our classmates personalities from their doodles? Lessons will be made available.
Teachers will learn about a semester long project that focuses on students' actively developing a character trait using the content from areas of motivation, development, personality and positive psychology.
Learn how to guide students in conducting their own psychological studies. Ideas from helping students formulate a meaningful hypothesis to effectively presenting their findings, using the latest technology, are shared.
In nine years of teaching chess and as a Para Educator, I noticed patterns of the young femalesâ€™ disengagement from their chess club, which educators can overcome exercising certain strategies.
To give teachers more tools for their toolbox that includes a variety of literacy strategies and various web 2.0 ideas and demonstrations.
With so many engaging experiments, demonstrations, and activities, how can you teach it all in one semester? Explore ways to fit in seven domains in a short window of time.
When students connect with another high school it allows them to expand their audience, create a PLC, and share opinions, works, and ideas across state lines - they love it!!
Attendees will leave this session with at least four new activities for their classrooms. Audience participation will be required of all who attend this session run by two veteran teachers.