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Whoooooo Says Formative Assessment Has To Be Boring?

I’m so excited about my new creation! ­čÖé I wanted something a little different to use for formative assessment. ┬áAs an instructional coach, I often use the traditional “parking lot” as a place to gather feedback or questions during professional … Continue reading

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Whooooo Are My Parents? Fun with Owl Genetics

This activity builds upon student’s foundational knowledge of genetics and inheritance in order to create an owl “offspring”. ┬áThe activity can be adapted in several ways to meet the needs of diverse learners in the classroom. ┬áDepending upon student ability/ … Continue reading

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