Want a FREE Integrated Units Guide?!
Teaching through Integrated Units for the year can be cumbersome. BUT…
I’ve taken all of the pain out of it for you!
Not only on this page will you find Educational Articles that I’ve written on my blog and products specifically made to help you improve your teaching by implementing Integrated Units; but I’ve put together for you this FREE Integrated Units Guide that covers:
- Units Plan, and
- 5th Grade Curriculum Map
Best of Integrated Units Article Blog Posts
How often do you feel like teaching Integrated Units to your students is hard work in and of itself…but it shouldn’t be!
I have a lot of educational articles that cover current strategies, micro-lessons, online trainings, how to edit and grade writing; all to help you teach with Integrated Units in your classroom.
Here are a few to get you started.
New to Integrated Units? Start with these Educational Blog Post Articles…
Looking for More? Shop Integrated Unit Resources Now!
Watch Integrated Unit Videos
Using Novels In Your Classroom Part 6: Integrating Novels Into Any Subject
Using Formative Writing in Any Subject
Parents and teachers want the same thing: students to be happy and successful at school. But teachers can misunderstand parents and assume they don’t care. Parents may have had a bad experience in school and are reluctant to trust schools. Read this blog for how to make parents partners in your classroom.
Whether or not administrators and teachers mean to emphasize the test, the “test” has become the center of education. Read this blog post for ways to make testing student-friendly.
Standardized testing does have a purpose, and, when used correctly, can be helpful to teachers, students, and parents. So, what exactly is the purpose of standardized testing?
Have you ever graded a set of tests and wondered why the grades weren’t better? In this post, I will focus on the three types that teachers can build into their instructional units: diagnostic, formative, and summative.
There are many different ways to to teach essay writing. Many teachers use the Single Point Rubrics as a way to get students focused on mastering one skill.
Although text-based essays can be difficult for students, they don’t have to. I use a standard form of teaching text-based essay writing that I believe works well!
Knowing roots and affixes can help students determine the meaning of new words. This blog post will look at ways to teach roots and affixes effectively.
Most teachers have a love/hate relationship with interactive notebooks. In this blog, we discuss 5 problems with interactive notebooks and how you can solve them!
Today on the blog we are looking at some of our favorite posts of 2019!
Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer is one of my favorite science fiction novels for upper elementary students. Read this blog for ideas on how to teach this novel!
You wake up with a pounding head and a sore throat. You are in no state to teach but it takes work to prepare for a substitute. There is a better way.
Up to 30% of teachers leave the profession within the first three years. How can we change this? I believe part of the answer is teacher support.