Happy January! 🎆
This article will highlight what you need to know about using ThinkUp! this month. We'll feature new training and support resources, share updates and company news, and provide instructional tips to make sure you're getting the most out of ThinkUp! this school year.
Since many of you are picking up ThinkUp! for the first time this school year—we want to go over some changes you've probably noticed with Mentoring Minds as we transition to Curriculum Associates processes.
Secondly → We're managing purchase orders, invoice, and email communication a little differently. Check out the updated FAQ document for more information.
We're kicking off a new series of content webinars in January! This month, catch Writing Tips Rally where Connie Warren, M. Ed. shares writing tips and strategies to push students further in writing.
Did you miss our Fall content webinars? Don't worry, you can catch them all on-demand! Check out the On-Demand section of our Events page for more information.
We've done the work for you and gathered all the resources you need for ThinkUp! in one place. Find lesson plan guides, pre-assessments, graphic organizers, correlation guides, and more in our Support Portal.
This month's Critical Thinking Activity celebrates National Puzzle Day by allowing your students to take Adventures in Logic with ThinkUp! using the Inquire trait. Check it out here.
Did you know all our past Critical Thinking Activities are always available on our Support Portal? Check out last January's Activity of the Month that links Martin Luther King Jr.'s civil rights work with scientific concepts like force, motion, and energy.
By this time of year, you've likely gotten some data from the i-Ready Diagnostic, but what's the next step? Using that data to plan instruction! Check out this printable kit that walks you through the process.
Are you using ThinkUp! and the Teacher Toolbox to it's fullest? Learn more about everything the Teacher Toolbox has to offer here.