- December 19, 2018
- Posted by: Tina Schuessler
“An anchor chart is a tool that is used to support instruction (i.e. “anchor” the learning for students). As you teach a lesson, you create a chart, together with your students, that captures the most important content and relevant strategies. Anchor charts build a culture of literacy in the classroom by making thinking—both the teacher’s and students’—visible.” It clearly communicates the learning that’s happening during a lesson.
Earn Your Stripe!
- To earn this stripe, submit a link to a Google Drive document explaining an anchor chart you and your students created.
- Submit a link to step by step photos of you and your students creating the anchor chart. Photos must show students participating in the creation of the chart.
- Submit a photo of the completed anchor chart displayed in your classroom.