Another set of resources I shared via Twitter (@IanAByrd) in the past week:
- Wiktionary rules! A huge homophone list http://bit.ly/9ZdgMn I’m going to totally revamp my spelling program this year!
- Dozens of creative writing exercises to try with your gifted and talented students http://bit.ly/aq9iwV. From LanguageIsAVirus.com.
- Want to teach thinking skills? Here’s “Components of a Well Developed Thinking Skills Program” by Arthur Costa http://bit.ly/an1o4u
- “Rich and rewarding math environments arise in groups when problems have a low threshold and a high ceiling.” Reflections on a Math Institute http://bit.ly/amCDan
- A great post on bringing in high-level thinking for gifted kindergarteners http://bit.ly/c1rv49
- Reflected messages! An entire note written backwards with letters that can be reflected horizontally. http://bit.ly/cuQZ5A
- Curriculum ideas for a study on M.C. Escher – http://bit.ly/uwzbM (from @cfertig1)