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www.theultralinx.com.What Type of Learner Are You? This infographic and its visuals could be useful for helping ELLs identify the different types of learning styles, and possibly express to their teachers how they personally learn best, which in turn may help with differentiating their lessons.

What Type of Learner Are You?

Good instructional design involves an analysis of the learner. We should ask, "Does this instructional design match my students' learning styles"? Use this infographic to reflect on various learning styles.

FREE Bloom's Taxonomy poster for higher level thinking ~ A ladder shows that all students can get to the top, with a pyramid it feels like only a few can.

Bloom& Taxonomy / new teacher evaluations require evidence of lesson planning for higher level thinking ~ I like thinking of it as a ladder and not a pyramid. All students can get to the top, with a pyramid it feels like only a few can.

This product contains 6 different posters for each level of Bloom's Taxonomy. On each poster there is a list of the common verbs that are associated with each level of thinking.  On each poster there is a visual to show the students how much "brain power" it requires to answer questions with the given verbs.

Higher Order Thinking Posters based on Bloom's Taxonomy

Education to the Core: Anchor Charts

Anchor Charts

Rubric poster for classroom wall. Education to the Core: Rate your learning scale. Aligns with the Marzano method.

Can be used as a check for understanding. Students self assess. Then partner 1 novice, 1 apprentice, 1 practioner, and 1 expert for a new twist on turn and talk.

Another take on the personal assessment. Original description: Grade Thoughts: Assess Yourself: Formative Assessment Anchor Chart

27 ways to motivate students

Intrinsic Motivation Infographic: The 27 Ways to Encourage Intrinsic Motivation in Your Students presents 27 ideas to encourage intrinsic motivation in your students

Free printable flip-chart. Use Bloom's Taxonomy in your classroom and activate Higher Order Thinking!

Use Bloom's Taxonomy in your classroom and activate Higher Order Thinking! Blooms Order of Higher Level Thinking should be displayed for both the teacher and students.

Using a Guided Math or Daily 5 Math approach in your classroom? Grab these Guided Math resources from Mrs. Beattie's Classroom in one low-cost bundle!! Click to check out the great reviews! #guidedmath #centers #handson #classroom

Guided Math Centers: Year-Long BUNDLE

Using a Guided Math or Daily 5 Math approach in your Grade 2 or 3 classroom? This huge resource is for you! At off the individual prices, this bundle is an excellent value! Note that this bundle does NOT include the French centers.

The Corner On Character: Anchors-A-Plenty

The Corner On Character: Anchors-A-Plenty "I don't know" could be replace by better answers that more specific to the question.

Great way to integrate Bloom's Taxonomy and technology!

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Link to blog post with free ACE templates and complete instructions for implementing the ACE method in your classroom. Can be used for grades 4-8. http://imlovinlit.blogspot.com

Free ACE templates and complete instructions for implementing the ACE method in your classroom. Can be used for grades - very similar to RACE strategy we use in out classroom.

Use Bloom's Taxonomy in your classroom and activate Higher Order Thinking!

Your mind will BLOOM, thanks to this free Bloom's Taxonomy Flip Chart. Bloom's is so important in the classroom. Using verbs from Bloom's allows for higher order questioning.

These question card FREEBIES are based upon Bloom's Taxonomy. Use them to promote higher-level thinking during lessons and after reading. Color-code for easier use: I was thinking colored Popsicle sticks in different containers. Kids have to pick one of each color and answer those questions.

These question card FREEBIES and they promote higher-level thinking during lessons and after read-alouds. Color code them by copying them on different colors so they are easily differentiated. Adorable covers for each question type are included.

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