The Cube Connectors series, which began with this post, continues with a glimpse into the classroom of Hannah Yazzolino. The resource which I shared on Twitter, and which Hannah used very effectively in her classroom – even before it was in an animated form – is now downloadable in both an animated form and as a greyscale PDF.
Here is the heart of this post: The annotated arrows that fill cube connectors are much more than just answers. They are the beginning of powerful opportunities for students. The Cube Connectors slide will offer several opportunities. But even more opportunities – and much better ones – will emerge as you build and annotate the connections you find.
Thank you for sharing this picture, Hannah!
You can follow Hannah Yazzolino on Twitter @hyazzolino
Click here to download:
Also, if you haven’t seen the original cube connectors post, I recommend taking a quick look at it.
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