Tackling “Wicked Problems” in a matter of months with Wipebook Flipchartsby Rachel Delaney@norlowsky "As a social science teacher, I often use large, very expensive, wall mounted whiteboards in class, however, as the whiteboards the...
Sequencing Events Through a Timelineby Rachel Delaney@KAllabach "While there are tons of technological resources out there the Wipebook Flipchart was the first time my students could get out o...
Fearless Student Engagement and Organization of Thinkingby Rachel Delaney@kaseyhoward23 "Math is not a spectator sport. Students need to do math to ensure they make salient connections." Use of the Wipebook Workbo...
Kindergarten Reading Comprehension: Interactive and Fun!by Rachel Delaney" The Wipebook Flipchart is my diamond in the rough!" After 30 years of teaching and countless new products, it can be hard to find a product...
You’re Probably Using the Wrong Notebookby Rachel DelaneyIt’s difficult but important to choose what is right for you. The way I thought you used a notebook was that you jotted down notes whenever yo...
The Perfect Toolby Rachel Delaney@richehirlehey Richelle Hirlehey, Wilberforce P.S, Thames Valley District School Board The Wipebook Notebook has been a fantastic tool I have u...
Wiped Out- In a good way!!by Rachel Delaney@Ihadztotweet Aida Hadzovic, PS/IS 226, Alfred B. Mason It's Wipebook Time! We’re back with a brand new product for Wipebook! These Wi...
Student -created and Student-designed Scientific Researchby Rachel Delaney@Smreed81 Stacey Reed, Green Street Academy, Baltimore City Public Schools System. How do you solve problems and answer questions? One o...
Weekly task and Games with Wipebook Flipcharts.by Rachel Delaney@JustDandoy Hannah Dandoy, 2nd Grade Teacher, Alderman Road Elementary School, Cumberland County Schools. I was thrilled when I received ...
Brainstorming Strategies with Wipebookby Rachel Delaney@RinkelJeremy Jeremy Rinkel, Vandalia CUSD #203, Vandalia, Illinois. Everyone approaches the brainstorming process differently. Some enjoy...
Story Elements in a Fictional Settingby Rachel Delaney@Ihadztotweet Aida Hadzovic, 7th Grade ELA, PS/IS 226- Alfred De B. Mason, New York City. How do you explain to middle school students tha...
Wipebook demonstrating Resilience in the Learning Processby Rachel Delaney@ArcherJoe Joe Archer, JR/INT Math Prep Lakewood Elementary School, Grand Erie District School Board. This past week, I dove into some deep lea...
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