Glenn Chippendale

Glenn Chippendale

Gold Coast / Educator with a keen interest in Business and Education Technology
Glenn Chippendale
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Fiction Reading Reflection Poster - Example of Student Work

Literacy Assessment: "Elementary Fiction Book Report Poster" Great assessment for comprehension!

6 Education Theorists that All Teachers Should Know, a handy reference

6 Education Theorists All Teachers Should Know These are still the only theories trainee teachers hear about: some still good, but others, such as Multiple Intelligences are out of date and have no scientific basis.

How to Approach Parent Teacher Conferences Like a Pro!

How to Approach Parent Teacher Conferences Like a Pro!

Global Digital Citizen Foundation| Bloom's Digital Taxonomy Verbs. This is a fun chart that classifies verbs related to technology by their basic function. This could be an invaluable tool for ELLs seeking to build their vocabulary in the digital age, particularly if the use of technology is not as prevalent in their home country as it is in the U.S.

Feel free to share this infographic showcasing over 200 Bloom's Digital Taxonomy verbs for use in any classroom environment!

Blooms Questions for each level....great resource for questioning

Blooms Questions for each level.great resource for questioning

Strategy checklist to use to move your students through guided reading levels (Fountas & Pinnell)

Strategy checklist to use to move your students through guided reading levels (Fountas & Pinnell); great for parent conferences or for designing lessons or activities for your classroom.

Free! Figurative language anchor charts/posters/cards. alliteration • hyperbole • idioms • metaphors personification • onomatopoeia • similes

alliteration hyperbole idioms metaphors personification onomatopoeia similes Each poster/card has a

Paragraph Reminder~ This is great for students who are beginning to write multi-paragraph narratives or essays. Simple, clear, and helpful!

Great resource for paragraph changes. It bugs me so badly when writers don't change paragraphs when there's a new speaker.