Lesson Plan Pack
Engagement Strategies reference page - perfect to have out during planning! From Teacher Trap's "Lesson Plan Pack."
How TED is Transforming my English Class - Post #1
Okay, sure - TED talks are cool, and I'm not the only teacher who plays them for my students. Many intuitive educators are playing TED videos at school (or assigning them as homework) to teach public speaking, listening skills, or the talk's content itself. But this year, my eighth graders will take TED to a whole new level in our classroom. Disclaimer: This post contains an affiliate link. What Is "Project TED"? My goal is that, by the end of this school year, each student will graduate…
Characteristics of Differentiated Instruction. See what curricular elements teachers may adapt based on student characteristics at any point in a lesson or unit.
The Top 50 Education Blogs Every Teacher and Educator Should Know about
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
Multiple Intelligence Chart for use in Differentiating Instruction - Classroom Freebies
Need a couple of helpful charts to keep you on track when planning your differentiated instruction? Grab a Multiple Intelligences chart and a Tiering Guide to get you going. Stop of over to A Differentiated Kindergarten to get yours. See you there. You Might Also Like:Día de la tierra – letter tilesAttributes of ... Read More about Multiple Intelligence Chart for use in Differentiating Instruction
Language In the Classroom Blog Series: Building a Classroom Culture - Miss DeCarbo
Hello friends! I am SO excited to introduce a new blog series that I am writing with my sweet friend Nicole over at Allison’s Speech Peeps! Nicole is a speech and language pathologist and one of the BEST SLP’s I’ve had the privilege of meeting! She is super passionate about student achievement and integrating classroom […]
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Integrate technology in the classroom with Kidblog.org. Setting up a classroom blog has never been more simple. Come get a free walk through guide and see all the ways I use a class blog with my students.
Kidblog: Starting Kidblog for the 1st time
I recently came across Kidblog just a few months ago and I AM IN LOVE! There are so many ideas for this awesome website! It isa FREE and safe way to enhance the writing process in your classroom. It allows students to blog in a way secured by the classroom teacher. Blogs can be private (just viewable by students and teacher) or teacher can optfor it to be public and share with others. This is GREAT for sharing withparents. Teachers can create password protected parent and guest accounts to…