Lesson of the Week Recap

Catch a recap of all the amazing lessons YOU, our users are creating!

Each week we select a stand out, top notch, lesson from SoftChalk Share and feature it across our social media platforms. SoftChalk Share is an Open Education Resource (OER), learning object repository with thousands of free learning materials (used in blended learning environments, online learning environments, flipped classrooms and more…) created by educators just like the ones listed below.

These lessons are interactive, engaging and cover a wide variety of subjects. Through these, you can see the endless possibilities SoftChalk has to offer and learn something new in the process. 

BONUS:  Because these lessons are shared under Creative Commons licensing,  you can copy them into your own SoftChalk Cloud account and use as is, or repurpose as needed! 

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Sara Mungall
University View Academy
Students will use coordinate plane geometry to determine an objects path of motion around a plane. They will need to have prior knowledge of trigonometry, the Pythagorean theorem and more to complete this lesson.

Sinus Rhythms
Denise Griffin
El Centro Community College
This medical lesson is meant to teach the origins of a sinus rhythm, the normal range and rhythms of the heart and how to defend rhythm identifications.

John Arthos
Indiana University
In this lesson, students will learn about the transmission theory as a model of communication and its appropriate uses.


Shane Butler
Innovative Learning Environments
This lesson serves as background to the author’s influence, the hero’s journey and how elements of science fiction are used in the book. The lesson is the start of the unit on this novel which the students are reading.

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