Tuesday Teacher Tips: Documentation
If you teach two or more groups, I found that it was easier to keep all data separate in different colored notebooks. With Data Meetings and Parent Conferences held in locations other than my classroom, keeping everything neat and tidy in a file cabinet would no long work. All this and more Teacher Tips for Documentation.
Busy Weekend & Bathroom Break Freebie
I feel like my two days with students last week were really just a warm-up to what comes next. Monday will start our first real week of the...
Thumbprint Self-Portrait • TeachKidsArt
Thumbprint Self-Portrait. The kids make this based on their actual thumbprint and write a narrative about themselves... how old you are, things you like and don't like, your hopes and dreams for the future....
First Day of High School Activities | Synonym
Preparing first day of high school activities encourages students to get to know one another and puts their minds at ease about the upcoming school year. In planning activities, mention topics to be ...
7 Tips for Decorating English Classrooms for Teens
Blog post - 7 tips for decorating an English classroom for middle or high school, written by Secondary Sara and Presto Plans!
How to Write a Syllabus | Cult of Pedagogy
How to Write a Syllabus - A well-designed syllabus is an essential tool for effectively managing a course. It gives students a clear understanding of your expectations and a road map for how the course will be conducted. When done right, a syllabus can prevent a lot of misunderstandings as the semester progresses.
“The LORD is good to those who wait for him, to the soul who seeks him.” Lamentations 3:25 When I was in school, I only went to the bathroom when absolutely necessary because I knew that I would miss something important or get behind while I was gone. My students have a different mentality. …
U TURN IN HOMEWORK LP LARGE POSTERS
Get kids talking about life using the power of words. ARGUSÎÂ Posters encourage students to think differently, act in positive ways, and show respect for themselves and others. Perfect in classrooms,
The Literary Maven: Going Back to School with Stations
Use stations to set a tone of active learning and get students up and moving on the first day of school. Here's a look at my six stations, some of which included group tasks while others included independent tasks.