12 Interesting Ways To Start Class Tomorrow
15 Interesting Ways To Start Class Tomorrow by Terry Heick Ed note: this post has been updated and added-to from a 2013 post You love teaching, your love your classroom, you love your students (most of them), but you’re tired. This doesn’t mean you’re not willing to work, but it makes the fountain of good ideas run a bit dry at times, especially towards the end of the year. So here are 15 ways to start class tomorrow. 1. All students stand in circle. Also, pouting or talking during counting results in elimination from future rounds. 2. 60 Second Talk Students are chosen to give 60 second talks on anything, from self-selected topics they are passionate about, have specific expertise in, etc., to topics given from teacher. 3. Debate Beyonce versus Rihanna, colored pencils versus crayons, recent EU accusations against Google, self-driving cars versus light rail and bicycles, or the best way to break up with a girlfriend or boyfriend. 4. 5. Tweets are short, quick, and to the point. 6. 7. 8.
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