Teaching high school

Enhance your teaching techniques and engage your high school students with these innovative ideas. Find strategies to create a dynamic learning environment and inspire your students to reach their full potential.
High School, Secondary School Science, First Year Teachers, First Year Teaching, High School Teacher, Student Teaching, Teaching High School, Secondary Education, High School Classroom

Happy August! We got home from our six day road trip last night, and now it’s time for me to buckle down and start thinking about BACK TO SCHOOL. Our first teacher work day is August 17th, so I’m less than two weeks away now… In honor of that, I thought I’d bring back “Teaching Tuesday”...Read More »

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Sara Hyman
High School, Middle School Rewards, Classroom Rewards, Student Rewards, High School Teacher, School Counseling, Middle School Student, Classroom Expectations, School Discipline

Looking for high school rewards or middle school rewards to motivate students? Tired of finding reward ideas that are more applicable to elementary kids than your 8th, 9th, or 10th graders? No need to look any further. As a language teacher, I'm always searching for high school incentives to get my trickier classes to speak

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Melissa Reynolds
Organisation, Classroom Hacks High School, Classroom Must Haves High Schools, Teacher Hacks Middle School, Classroom Organization High School, High School Classroom Must Haves, Classroom Ideas For High School, Organized Classroom High School, Classroom Organization Ideas High School

When back to school season rolls around, I always have my guard up when it comes to shopping. There is always SO MUCH that I WANT, and so little that I actually NEED. What I’ve done for the past few years is this: I set a budget and I set a limit on my projects. The point of su

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Morgannicole
Teaching, High School, Teacher, Classroom Games High School, Student Teaching, Classroom Games, High School Teacher, High School Activities, Classroom Decor High School

One of the best parts of teaching high school students is how funny, clever, and witty they can be sometimes! While browsing Pinterest, I came across a review strategy that piqued my interest and I decided to try it out this week with one of my Honors US History classes. Rather than asking the students […]

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