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Watch Integrated Unit Videos
Using Novels In Your Classroom Part 6: Integrating Novels Into Any Subject
Using Formative Writing in Any Subject
I see teachers beginning to set healthy boundaries as they redefine their values. I have some suggestions that may help you.
New Year’s is often seen as a new beginning or a fresh start. So how can you start fresh in your classroom?
Students always want to know why they need to learn something (especially if it is difficult.) and showing them math “in the wild” is the perfect way to teach them.
What can we do in our classroom that isn’t another animated film or “filler”? I found that boring activities led to behavior problems in the classroom.
Although teachers always look for new books to read with their students, many of us have a shortlist of favorites they pull out year after year. Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson is on the must-read list of many middle school teachers.
I’m sharing gift ideas that won’t break your bank and don’t take a lot of time and energy. Keep your sanity intact with these easy gift ideas!
How can your students take charge of their learning – instead of you doing it all? With my Student Checklists, both your and your students can easily track!
Today we are going to discuss tips for finding time to play in your classroom.
My teacher friend introduced me to exit tickets. Instead of a general check-in with students deciding how well they understood the lesson, the tickets had just a few targeted questions – no more than 3 – that hit the core concepts.
For me, Thanksgiving is a time to slow down and focus on your blessings. To capitalize on this, I made Thankful Turkeys to help my students reflect on what they had to be thankful for.
Teaching your class about Native Americans can be a unit that everyone enjoys. But when was the last time you examined your unit and updated it?
Games are underutilized in the classroom. After all, if we can make parts of learning fun, shouldn’t we?