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Planning units changed my teaching completely. I felt more in control of my class, because I knew what students needed to learn and how my lessons fit together. I no longer stressed about having plans each week, because I had plans ready for a few weeks. I felt more relaxed and effective.
There are ways to implement interactive notebooks – and things that don’t work as well. Here is what I found worked best with my history students and what didn’t work.
I taught upper elementary and middle school students for twenty years, and a common problem with this age group is difficulty with organizing their work. After creating interactive notebooks, students passed with flying colors.
We know that great teaching is about so much more than just academics. When was the last time your PD acknowledged that teaching the whole-child starts with nourishing the whole-teacher?
Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to review language arts and math skills with your upper elementary students? Check out BalloonPop™!
While you may be concerned with what the fall will look like, now is the time for you to take some time to recharge your batteries.
I really enjoy civics, and I had to really think about why kids often hate the class. (I don’t remember loving it as a student, either.) What I realized is that civics deals with a lot of abstract concepts, like freedom and justice.
COVID-19 has changed the way every teacher approaches education. We’ve had to quickly pivot our lives from in-person education to technology-based learning. This week, I want to look at how we can celebrate the end of the school year with the teachers we know and love.
Boom Cards are digital, self-checking, interactive task cards that you can use in your classroom any time. Here are some reasons I’m a Boom Card convert!
How do we celebrate this school year ending from our computers? Here are some ideas for you!
In a very short amount of time, COVID-19 has changed the way we educate students. With the novelty of E-Learning quickly wearing off, how do we help our students while we teach them from home?
Have you tried Secret Picture Tile activities yet? They are a low-prep, easy-to-use resource that can be used in multiple ways!