If you know how to use Google Drawings (Extension) or web. you’ll dive in immediately after poking around in this shared Google Drive folder. If you don’t, it’s only a very short learning curve before you’re up to speed.
As soon as you start to poke around, you realize that there’s a little something there for everyone. It’s not labelled “READ ME FIRST”, but it probably should have been. Open “How to Use Folder” and take a look through to see how to use things and some helpful suggestions. The most important first steps is to make a copy of the resource in your own Google Drive. The originals are Read Only and you’ll want to make changes for sure.
Or, perhaps even create your own.
Here’s a screen capture of a document in the Mathematics folder titled Number Systems. What you don’t see in this capture are some suggestions and ideas for how to use and modify the various documents.
And, most certainly, the interesting part of any readme document is the inclusion of the word “Posterize”.
The whole resource is a nice starter package for just about any classroom. Of course, once you get the knack of things…
A good resource like this gets great when the community gets involved and starts to share. You can see the focus on Mathematics and Science now but the project is just begging for other subject areas and French versions. How about in the school Resource Centre? Faculty of Education?
The open-endedness of something like this is quite obvious. It doesn’t all have to be teacher generated in your class. I can think of all kinds of formative and summative ways to get students involved.
Take a look around and see if there isn’t a fit for your classroom.