Gloria Jo

Gloria Jo

DFW, Texas / Discovered pinterest through a friend and hope I can get many ideas for projects I have in mind. My hobbies are baking and cooking, sewing, working out, hiking,
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I LOVE using task cards in my classroom!! They provide such a versatile way to review skills quickly and in a meaningful way. My students love to grab a set of cards and a recording sheet. Sometimes they work with a partner. Sometimes they work independently. No matter how they are being used, the kids are engaged and learning! Grab a FREEBIE to see if this technique will work with your students. Go to: http://www.brightconcepts4teachers.com/2016/02/differentiating-instruction-with-task.html

Students should be given different ways to understand the content. "There are many ways to give students choices of work while still ensuring that they work to master essential knowledge, understanding, and skill.

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Tips and tools for teaching kids to tie their shoes from and Occupational Therapist. This would be a perfect center in a life skills or special needs class. Once they master tying the laces this way, move onto the real deal. An important life skill that can be challenging to teach. Grab these great tips at: http://www.sugaraunts.com/2015/10/shoe-tying-tips-and-tools-for-kids.html

Tips and tools for teaching kids to tie their shoes from and Occupational Therapist. This would be a perfect center in a life skills or special needs class. Once they master tying the laces this way, move onto the real deal. An important life skill that c