In case you've been too busy with back to school or prepping to go back to school, I decided I would read through all of the #Teach180 tweets from the past week and post my favorites for you to check out. Since I teach math, I tend to "favorite" the math-y ones. If you teach science, there are a ton of tweets about fun-looking labs and activities out there that you should definitely check out. There are also a few language teachers participating, too!

Here are my favorites from this past week. It takes a moment for the embedded pictures from Twitter to load, so you'll have to be a tiny bit patient.

Word Wall Beginnings

Angles In Standard Position Matching CardsFirst word wall entry. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/5taMhsACoK— Allison Frank (@afrankie48) September 4, 2015

Folding Paper to Find Quartiles#teach180 D10 Precal students practiced angles in standard position via matching. pic.twitter.com/sMPqYPT5RN— ShireenDadmehr (@MTMambo) September 4, 2015

Square Root Clocks#teach180 tried folding paper to find quartiles, then taped in INB. It worked great! pic.twitter.com/krA9IvMwmI— Michelle Moore (@MoorePiPlease) September 4, 2015

Friendly GraphsSs made square root clock. Hope will help them to remember how to square root. Can't wait to display them #teach180 pic.twitter.com/42SX3cVqbr— Julie Morgan (@fractionfanatic) September 4, 2015

Solve It! Prove It! Daily Warm-UpDay 12: Friendly Graphs w. Y7s to finish Cartesian Planes Unit. Great Get2knowyou. Sourced: @martinsean #teach180 pic.twitter.com/I2rJm8c4LS— tracy herft (@therft1) September 4, 2015

Most Adorable INB Pocket I've Ever SeenWeek Two of teaching my Ss to justify their reasoning in my "Collaborative Team" Daily Warm-up. :o) ⭐️ #teach180 ⭐️ pic.twitter.com/Z1uNrf8Xno— Rockstar MathTeacher (@RoxyGirlTeacher) September 4, 2015

Popsicle Sticks to Visualize PatternsCute little pocket that holds all of the scenarios we solved using Estate Division. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/BkQ2OuNe08— Jennifer Williams (@jlwilliams314) September 4, 2015

Using Color to Promote WODB DiscussionUsing Popsicle sticks to visualize patterns as an introduction to functions. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/qH1z28dFZX— Cynthia Flim (@CGFlim) September 3, 2015

Math-Themed Infinity ScarfDay 9 #teach180 I get so many more kids contributing to discussions when I USE COLOR. "The purple one is geometric." pic.twitter.com/mY4myhLJFM— Sara VanDerWerf (@saravdwerf) September 3, 2015

Modifying Train Game To Teach Ordering Positive and Negative NumbersMy math themed Infiniti scarf caught all my students attention today. 😎 #teach180 pic.twitter.com/Fcnzcn4b5Y— KFreedman (@Msfreedsmath) September 3, 2015

Having Students Write Letters To Themselves Each YearModified train game(@mathequalslove) with negative and positive numbers #teach180 pic.twitter.com/i5eDXOHEdX— Siobhan Skinner (@SkinnerMath) September 3, 2015

Venn Diagrams + Coloring = Awesome#teach180 at start & end of each yr, I have kids do fill in blank letter to themselves pic.twitter.com/xqvqkoGIol— Jennifer Fairbanks (@HHSmath) September 3, 2015

"No Excuse" BagsDay 11: Extension work on Probability for Year 8s... Introduced them to Venn Diagrams #teach180 pic.twitter.com/5BCnsYVXmQ— tracy herft (@therft1) September 3, 2015

Math-y Wall DecalsPD day 2 of 5. Today we got to "set up" our classroom. I made my "excuse" bags. #MTBoS #teach180 pic.twitter.com/jmEkHtHMnZ— Jennifer (@notes4theheart) September 3, 2015

— Jen Poole (@mrspooleyo) September 2, 2015Sprinkle Kindness Like Confetti Display

Student Feedback Cards#teach180 day 8 I put up my kindness tips from day one where each block is about kindness. pic.twitter.com/4WsggHV28x— ShireenDadmehr (@MTMambo) September 2, 2015

Powerful Parabolas ActivitySs using their "student feedback cards" during practice. Really helps me move around the room to help Ss. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/Gl6WYlcxps— Christie Bradshaw (@Radical4Math) September 2, 2015

Mathematician Of The MonthCooperative learning in grade 10 with powerful parabolas from @nrichmaths #teach180 pic.twitter.com/3BuY3hY14x— Becky Hall (@BeckyHall75) September 2, 2015

— KFreedman (@Msfreedsmath) September 1, 2015Giant Outdoor Venn Diagram

Word Of The Day Vocab BookGetting ready for a little outdoor Venn diagrams work #teach180 pic.twitter.com/u7Gl9ue58D— Becky Hall (@BeckyHall75) September 1, 2015

Glue SpongesMy Ss "Word of the Day" Vocab Book. Ss write word & meaning each day. On Fri Ss create their own example.⭐️ #teach180 pic.twitter.com/IlaxxF5vX4— Rockstar MathTeacher (@RoxyGirlTeacher) September 1, 2015

Graphing Calculator Help FoldableGlue sponges! Really amazing for interactive notebook assembling http://t.co/xVIcjIMcfN #teach180 pic.twitter.com/upEOLck9Yv— Mary Anne Hardy (@mahiker) August 31, 2015

Calculator Caution PosterFinding an awesome calculator help foldable for our ISN for the win! #teach180 pic.twitter.com/kMNKIwtQoM— Christi Robertson (@christihajda) August 30, 2015

If you like what you see, give these people a follow! And, please consider joining us this week and posting a picture from each school day with the hash tag #Teach180!I have had this sitting on my hard drive for years, but finally made it a reality today. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/geErbwWssw— Andy Shores (@abshores) August 28, 2015

It's the first time I'm hearing about this trend. I'll definitely check it out.

ReplyDeleteYou definitely should!

DeleteI agree. I'm really enjoying seeing the teach180 tweets. So great to share with enthusiastic maths teachers. It has also made me stop and think about my own classes - do I have something worth tweeting about each day? If not, why not.

ReplyDeleteSO glad to have you participating!

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