Happy February! ❤
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.
Conference season is around the corner, and we'll be at a few this year. Check out the schedule below and come visit us if you attend. 😊
- TASA/TASB Midwinter | Jan 29–Feb 2
- TALAS | Jan 29–Feb 2
- TEPI | Jan 29–Feb 2
- TCEA | Feb 7–10
- TCTELA | Feb 18–20
- TEPSA | Jun 8–10
- TASSP | Jun 15–17
- CAMT | Jul 13–15
Keep up-to-date on our current events here.
Watch our January webinar—Writing Tips Rally—on-demand to learn strategies to help your students learn writing processes and become confident, skilled writers.
And don't forget to register for our upcoming webinar in February—Rhythm, Rhyme, Remember: Science Chants and Movements—to get tips and ideas for encouraging movement and engagement in your Science classroom.
💡 Check out this month's Critical Thinking Activity—No One Eats Alone Day. Your students will use the Link trait to see how connected we all really are.
💡 We've updated our 9 Traits of Critical Thinking™ calendar for 2022! Check it out here and download for yourself or your students.
Test Prep Teacher Tip
With many schools gearing up for state writing assessments, this teacher tip is the perfect tool to tighten up writing skills! 🔧
Use the same rubric for multiple purposes, such as:
👩🏽🤝👩🏻 peer conferences
👩🏫 teacher conferences
🔎 model writing evaluations
🤳 student self-assessment
This strategy can help students see how their strengths compare.