In an attempt to persuade you that you MUST check out this hash tag, I'm going to post some of my favorite ideas I've seen so far. You guys are so creative! [I should be writing a blog post about one of my own ideas at the moment, but my brain is fried from spending the entire morning on a grad school assignment...]
If you don't see any pictures below, just wait a second while they load! #worththewait #pinkypromise
Factoring Trinomials Card Sort
Matching trinomials with their factor pairs. Excellent group discussion and team work. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/pwySxrgHj7— Julie Morgan (@fractionfanatic) August 27, 2015
Awesome, Artsy Classroom Windows
My classroom window :) it makes me happy... unless I look too close&see the flaws #teach180 #hatebeingaperfectionist pic.twitter.com/5ixRYxBtNW— Emily Brown (@ebrown0789) August 27, 2015
Using Post-It Notes to Post Four Fours Solutions
2nd period finding solutions (and fighting over them) for Four Fours. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/zxo2n5rI53— Mrs. Allison George (@MathDemons) August 27, 2015
Graphing Calculator Posters
Day 2 #teach180 Did top 10 things to NOT ask me about calc after today. Kind of surprised students did not know some pic.twitter.com/PwJlbIDiDj— Sara VanDerWerf (@saravdwerf) August 26, 2015
Dry Erase Magnets for Organizing Information by Class Period
[This is my sister, y'all. We need to convince her to start her own blog.]
I absolutely love these dry erase magnets!! Finally found a use for them! #barginshopperprobs #teach180 pic.twitter.com/VXyIvalCfG— Rebecca Hagan (@RebeccaMHagan) August 25, 2015
Ways to Grow Your Brain Bulletin Board
Day -2: Growth mindset supports a la @GlobalMathDept's #tmc15 recap...waiting on Ss to grow some synapses #teach180 pic.twitter.com/lJOTK2mp11— Mr. Pinsky (@Mr_Pinsky) August 16, 2015
I really, really, really want to be in Nancy's German class!
#teach180 Keeping track of Michael Wigge, German reporter whose 2013 trip across Germany by scooter we're following. pic.twitter.com/hvtLgDpopt— Nancy Swank (@NancySwank) August 24, 2015
Function/Not a Function Exit Ticket and Card Sort Idea
Function sort & an exit slip idea I got from #teach180: make your own relation & classify it! @ArabJrHigh #WeRArab pic.twitter.com/tNpk9VZnut— Mickie Gibbs (@MickieGibbs2) August 26, 2015
There were lots more amazing posts. But, it'd be silly to post them all when you can just look at them all by following this link.
Hope you've found an idea to try. Or inspired you to follow the #teach180 hash tag on twitter for more awesomeness. Or maybe inspired you to start posting your own picture of the day on twitter? I know you have some amazing ideas, and I really want to steal them.