Garrett Derr (@GDerrSDOL) shared this awesome option for improving student discussion: bit.ly/31FpFmZ
Garrett shared it in keynote and I re-created it in Slides so that everyone would be able to utilize it regardless of the devices students are using. Feel free to edit as needed to meet your student needs! Such a great tool to get kids involved!! Just have students make their choice and then turn their device around to show the rest of the class or, just you, if that works best for your kiddos. From there you or a student leading the discussion can facilitate the sharing of the rest of the responses. Responses could be verbal or typed, as long as you have students make their own copy either through Google Classroom, or a copy link QR code, or a short link to the copy link. (Here's the copy link to share with your students: bit.ly/DISCUSSit , case sensitive. )
Kim Cooke shared this awesome resource at SHAPE Tampa: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Sp_sDux8aGKQ5cYZGk1RFrDTgaWuD5bE Such an amazing set of resources. Plenty to draw from, or use as is! 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade and High School curricula!
This amazing website provides "CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES FOR SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL, PHYSICAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH": https://healthsmartva.pwnet.org/ So many valuable resources here. Search by grade level and/or topic.