Monthly Archives: December 2017

Argument-Driven Inquiry

    I spent a terrific day today learning about Argument-Driven Inquiry (ADI). This topic has been on my to-learn list for a while, so I was anxious to participate. It was a great hands-on day and while I don’t feel like an expert, I am looking for a time when I can implement this technique in my classroom. Here’s ...

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Quizizz: Fast, Fun, Free, Fresh

It’s no secret that I am a big fan of Quizizz. In fact, I have blogged about this awesome formative assessment tool seven times, the last time almost exactly a year ago. My most popular post is a comparison of Quizizz, Kahoot, and Socrative. In October and November each year I ask my students to memorize some chemistry content. I ...

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