Monday Success Stories

Nov 3, 2014 by

Monday Success stories are one of my favorite things about writing this blog.  I have been fortunate enough to meet fantastic educators from all over the world who have been willing to share things that they are doing in their classrooms.  Over the last few years, I have gotten some great lessons and ideas to share.  Examples include David, a science teacher, who wrote in about using Facebook in his classroom;  MaryAnn shared the fantastic rap that she created about divisibility rules;  Linda and Catherine, who attended a seminar in Vegas, shared a great lesson for students to uncover the cause of the Civil War; and Micki, a social sciences teacher, shared a creative and engaging way to teach students search skills with the “I can Google that in. . .” challenge.

All of these teachers got a little dirty and tried some new things and then they were kind enough to share with me, so that I can share with you.  I want to hear from you. . . .all of you!  What are you trying in your classrooms? What is working? What isn’t working? What do your students think?

Please take a few minutes to share what you’re doing by sending me an email at or by filling out the Lesson Plan Contribution form.

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