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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. 

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Using Novels In Your Classroom Part 6: Integrating Novels Into Any Subject

Using Formative Writing in Any Subject

How to Teach Using Primary Source Documents

How to Teach Using Primary Source Documents

Using primary and secondary source documents and images in lessons provides students with opportunities to develop vocabulary, critical analysis, comparison, verbal and written expression skills.

Creating Digital Review Games

Creating Digital Review Games

I’ve never met a student who didn’t like to play. Even though we know kids love to play, why should we incorporate games and play in the classroom?

Why Assign Book Reports

Why Assign Book Reports

Students tend to feel a certain way about book reports. Either they really enjoy them – or they really don’t enjoy them. Research shows that students who take the time to write about what they read become better readers.

5 Tips For Teaching Geography

5 Tips For Teaching Geography

When I started teaching geography, I had to figure out what worked for students and what didn’t. There is no magic formula that will work for every student.

Why Does My Student Struggle?

Why Does My Student Struggle?

One of the most frustrating things for both teachers and families is to have a struggling student and not know how to help. In fact, sometimes we don’t even realize a student is struggling!

Developing Students’ Note-Taking Skills

Developing Students’ Note-Taking Skills

Studies show taking handwritten notes helps the brain move information into long-term memory. How do we get our students to fully understand the benefits of note-taking?

World History Bundle

World History Bundle

Understanding world history gives students a foundation for understanding today’s societies. So if we know that we should teach world history the next question is, how do we effectively teach this massive subject?

Roundup of B.E.S.T.

Roundup of B.E.S.T.

I wanted to take a minute and give an overview of each standard shift and create a hub for you to have quick access to all of my BEST posts.

Engaging Center Activities

Engaging Center Activities

I found that my students were the most independent and confident in their learning when participating in the right center activities.

Start the Year Intentionally

Start the Year Intentionally

We have to set clear expectations for our students so they know what we expect them to do. This way there is less confusion on their part and frustration on your part.

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