Steph Sukow, an English and Speech teacher, works with 12th graders on their group debate speeches as part of a persuasion unit. Read on how it is done.
Jennifer Bartell Boykin effectively leveraged a HyperDoc and NoodleTools to guide her 11th grade English research assignment.
Continuously updated, low stakes curation is becoming the new normal in schools that are creating hybrid learning models for the fall.
Terry Darr describes a four-step process called "micro-paraphrasing," a two-sentence approach that emphasizes reading comprehension, and teaches students to use fewer sentences and carefully chosen language to amplify the accuracy of their paraphrase.
Fifth graders learn to consider all the evidence for their argument before making an informed decision and creating PSAs.
NoodleTools teachers and students have awesome Halloween costumes!
We teach. They learn (or not). But how deeply do we know the students we’re teaching? And how many of us have a snapshot of what they’ve taken from us for their journey, and what…
Sara Oremland, nationally acclaimed teaching librarian, uses NoodleTools to mentor students collaboratively with classroom teachers across various disciplines. Oremland’s role of providing formative feedback through the NoodleTools platform is essential to inspiring quality research and…
University Laboratory High School “Whodunnit?” Ever feel booby trapped by a search engine? Imagine using an online catalog to search for a book, only your search sends you smack to page 129 of a book.…
The librarians at Jericho Middle School sent in this picture of their Halloween costumes, and we just had to share! Happy Halloween, stay safe, and keep Noodling!