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Stix Discussion
The Stix Discussion (Stix 1999) is a discussion strategy that has four distinct viewpoints as well as an inner circle and an outer circle that equally participate in a discussion. This strategy is a modification of the innerouter circle or … Continue reading
Posted in Conflict resolution, Differentiation, Discussion Strategies, General Strategies, Gifted an Talented, Gifted and Talented, Higher Level Thinking, Interdisciplinary Instruction, Language Arts, Listening, Social Intelligence, Social Studies, Teaching Strategies, Writing Across the Curriculum
Tagged active learning, Andi Stix, coaching students, cooperative learning, differentiation, discovery learning, discussion strategies, empowering students, handson instruction, handson learning, interactive classroom, motivation, multimodal instruction, problem solving, stix andi, stix discussion, student empowerment, student motivation, student ownership, teachers as classroom coaches, teaching strategies, writing across the curriculum
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Imagery Walk
(c) 2012 Andi Stix, Ed.D The Imagery Walk is an exercise that allows students to visually bring content alive by utilizing their imaginations. It is based on meditative practices, but allows for scenes in English Language Arts, historical periods in … Continue reading
Posted in Art Integration, Discussion Strategies, General Strategies, Interdisciplinary Instruction, Language Arts, Social Studies, Teaching Strategies
Tagged active learning, brainstorm, brainstorming, comprehension, differentiation, discovery learning, handson instruction, handson learning, interactive classroom, interactive instruction, interdisciplinary instruction, intrinsic motivation, language art strategies, Language Arts, learning, learning styles, making connections, memory, motivation, multimodal instruction, ownership, reinforcement games, simulations, student motivation, student ownership, teaching strategies, visualization, writing across the curriculum
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Classroom Strategies that Motivate the Reluctant Learner
© 2007 Andi Stix, Ed.D. Speech given at the National Council for the Social Studies, San Diego, CA In a society where no child is left untested, it … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Articles, Speeches & Past Posts, Classroom Coaching, Debate Strategies, Discussion Strategies, General Strategies, Motivation, Teaching Strategies, Writing Across the Curriculum, Writing Curriculum
Tagged active learning, art and math, at risk gifted, cooperative group work, cooperative learning, debate strategies, discussion strategies, handson instruction, handson learning, interactive classroom, interactive instruction, intrinsic motivation, language art strategies, Language Arts, learning, learning styles, making connections, motivation, multimodal instruction, multiple perspectives, negotiable contracttin, ownership, simulations, social studies strategies, student empowerment, student motivation, student ownership, teaching strategies
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The Link Between Art and Mathematics
© 1994 by Andi Stix, Ed.D. ERIC: Eric Resources Information Center #ED398170 … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Art Integration, Articles, Speeches & Past Posts, Assessment, Differentiation, Interdisciplinary Instruction, Mathematics, Speeches
Tagged active learning, art and math, art integration, assessment, authentic assessment, communication, comprehension, concept integrated, curriculum writing, differentiation, discovery learning, empowering students, handson instruction, interactive classroom, interactive instruction, journal writing, learning, learning styles, long term memory, Mathematical Concepts, mathematical instruction, mathematics, memory, multimodal instruction, pictorial journal writing, problem solving, student empowerment, student motivation, student ownership, teaching mathematics, teaching strategies, underachievement, visual imagery, visualization, visualizing mathematics
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Fraction Rings: Teaching Time, Decimals and Degrees
(c) 1993 Fraction Rings designed by Andi Stix were produced by Cuisenaire Company of America. This set of math manipulative rings are to be used with Fraction Circles. If you are interested in ordering this set, please make sure that you … Continue reading
Posted in Journal Writing, Manipulatives, Math, Mathematics, Teaching Strategies
Tagged art and math, brainstorm, brainstorming, communication, comprehension, concept integrated, differentiation, discovery learning, empowering students, fractions, fractions and decimals, fractions and degrees, fractions and time, handson learning, intrinsic motivation, learning styles, making connections, math manipulatives, math strategies, mathematical instruction, mathematical understanding, memory, multimodal instruction, picjour math, pictorial journal writing, problem solving, teaching decimals, teaching degrees of a circle, teaching fractions, teaching math, teaching mathematics, teaching strategies, time and degrees, time and fractions, visual imagery, visualization
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Fun with Picture Grids: Teaching Square Root
A Math Manipulative Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State, Buffalo, NY © 1993 Speech by Andi Stix, Ed.D., ERIC: Eric Resources Information Center #ED408158 (c) 1992 Picture Grids designed by Andi Stix, Produced by ETA/Cuisenaire Company of … Continue reading
Posted in Articles, Speeches & Past Posts, Journal Writing, Manipulatives, Math, Mathematics, Speeches, Teaching Strategies
Tagged art and math, brainstorm, brainstorming, communication, comprehension, concept integration, differentiation, discovery learning, empowering students, fractions, handson learning, instructional Materials, intrinsic motivation, learning styles, making connections, manipulative materials, math manipulatives, math strategies, mathematical instruction, mathematical understanding, Mathematics Activities, memory, motivation, multimodal instruction, picjour math, pictorial journal writing, problem solving, square root, teaching fractions, teaching math, teaching mathematics, teaching square root, teaching strategies, visual aids, visual imagery, visualization, visualizing mathematics
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Fun with Picture Grids: Teaching the Division of Fractions
A Math Manipulative, © 1993 Speech by Andi Stix, Ed.D. Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State, Buffalo, NY, ERIC: Eric Resources Information Center #ED408158 (c) 1992 Picture Grids designed by Andi Stix Produced by ETA/Cuisenaire Company of America. … Continue reading
Posted in Articles, Speeches & Past Posts, Journal Writing, Manipulatives, Math, Mathematics, Speeches, Teaching Strategies
Tagged art and math, brainstorm, brainstorming, communication, comprehension, concept integration, differentiation, discovery learning, empowering students, fractions, handson instruction, handson learning, instructional Materials, intrinsic motivation, learning styles, making connections, manipulative materials, math manipulatives, math strategies, mathematical instruction, mathematical understanding, Mathematics Activities, memory, motivation, multimodal instruction, picjour math, pictorial journal writing, problem solving, teaching fractions, teaching math, teaching mathematics, teaching strategies, visual aids, visual imagery, visualization
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Fun with Picture Grids: Teaching Multiplication & Decimals of Fractions
A Math Manipulative to Teach Fractions and Decimals, © 1993 Speech by Andi Stix, Ed.D. Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State, Buffalo, NY, ERIC: Eric Resources Information Center #ED408158 (c) 1992 Picture Grids designed by Andi Stix Produced … Continue reading
Posted in Articles, Speeches & Past Posts, Journal Writing, Manipulatives, Mathematics, Speeches, Teaching Strategies
Tagged art and math, brainstorm, brainstorming, communication, comprehension, concept integration, Decimals, differentiation, discovery learning, empowering students, fractions, handson learning, instructional Materials, intrinsic motivation, learning styles, making connections, manipulative materials, math manipulatives, math strategies, mathematical instruction, mathematical understanding, Mathematics Activities, Mathematics Instruction, memory, motivation, multimodal instruction, picjour math, pictorial journal writing, problem solving, teaching fractions, teaching math, teaching mathematics, Teaching Methods, teaching strategies, visual aids, visual imagery, visualization
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Fun with Picture Grids: Teaching the Subtraction of Fractions
A Math Manipulative to Teach Fractions, © 1993 Speech by Andi Stix, Ed.D. Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State, Buffalo, NY, ERIC: Eric Resources Information Center #ED408158 (c) 1992 Picture Grids designed by Andi Stix Produced by ETA/Cuisenaire … Continue reading
Posted in Articles, Speeches & Past Posts, Journal Writing, Manipulatives, Math, Mathematics, Teaching Strategies
Tagged art and math, brainstorm, brainstorming, communication, comprehension, concept integration, differentiation, discovery learning, empowering students, fractions, handson learning, instructional Materials, intrinsic motivation, learning styles, making connections, manipulative materials, math manipulatives, math strategies, mathematical instruction, mathematical understanding, Mathematics Activities, memory, motivation, multimodal instruction, picjour math, pictorial journal writing, problem solving, teaching fractions, teaching math, teaching mathematics, teaching strategies, visual aids, visual imagery, visualization
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Fun with Picture Grids: Teaching the Addition of Fractions
A Math Manipulative to Teach Fractions, © 1993 Speech by Andi Stix, Ed.D. Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State, Buffalo, NY, ERIC: Eric Resources Information Center #ED408158 (c) 1992 Picture Grids designed by Andi Stix Produced by ETA/Cuisenaire … Continue reading
Posted in Articles, Speeches & Past Posts, Journal Writing, Manipulatives, Math, Mathematics, Teaching Strategies
Tagged art and math, brainstorm, brainstorming, communication, comprehension, concept integration, differentiation, discovery learning, empowering students, fractions, handson learning, instructional Materials, intrinsic motivation, learning styles, making connections, manipulative materials, math manipulatives, math strategies, mathematical instruction, mathematical understanding, Mathematics Activities, memory, motivation, multimodal instruction, picjour math, pictorial journal writing, problem solving, teaching fractions, teaching math, teaching mathematics, teaching strategies, visual aids, visual imagery, visualization
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