Category Archive: Formative Evaluation

Story Starters on Scholastic.com

http://la.scholastic.com/ is one of the best sites I’ve found on the internet so far to help both, students and teachers, to make the learning process easier and fun. I recently found this Story Starters… Continue reading

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Weather Forecasting

Unlike many people can think, weather is one of the  main conversational starters. We always talk about the weather conditions because some activities, if not too many, depend on how the weather is like… Continue reading

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Movie Trailers Project Outcomes

I’m glad to announce that my second graders finished their movie trailers successfully! (find the project here) As a matter of fact, I’m very impressed with their work, I gave them the option… Continue reading

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Teaching Human Body Systems to first graders

When I read I had to teach the HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS, my mind was simply blank! I didn’t know how I was gonna do it without confusing the guys and mainly I needed… Continue reading

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Silent Movies Project Outcomes

After three weeks of hard work trying to have my students thinking about how to write a story script, teaching them how to make the story boards, do the proofreading, video editing and… Continue reading

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Online Video Editors

Ok, ok, I didn’t write on this subject when I said I would but well, what can I say? teachers are always busy lol you know how that is like, if you’re a… Continue reading

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Rubrics for everything

There are THOUSANDS of already made rubrics for lots of different topics, subjects, purposes and even educational levels. I will share some of the websites I like the most with you. Some of… Continue reading

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Progress Report Cards

For years, teachers in Mexico didn’t really have to write report cards telling the parents and managers about what kinds of difficulties their students had to cope with while trying to learn something.… Continue reading

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What if students could design their own schools?

Would this kind of experiment actually work with a typical Mexican class? How do you think your students would react if you assigned it to them? Do you think there would be any… Continue reading

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