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Have you fallen into the trap of saying “No talking!” or “I need quiet!” all day long? It’s exhausting to keep repeating your requests for silence, and after the hundredth time, kids just tune you out, anyway. There have been some great discussions about how to get students to quiet down on my Facebook page, …
Five Ways To Spice Up Your Teaching With Almost Zero Effort!
Today's Question of the Day comes from Mildred Plotkins, an imaginary teacher from Waynesboro, Virginia. Mildred asks: Dear ...
Classroom: My whiteboard organization! I used black electric tape to grid my white board. I printed signs for Monday-Friday, weekly agenda, bellwork, today and objective on my computer, glued it to black paper and laminated them! Then taped them up! This helps to keep me and my students organized! :) - image only
30+ YouTube Channels for Teachers
Here are 30+ fantastic YouTube Channels for Teachers, Students, Administrators or any Educator!
Back To School - Wait You Turn Cards
Need some "Wait You Turn" cards for your classroom? Come grab yourself a FREEBIE on my blog and get the instructions to go with them ;)
Classroom Jobs Chart
Today I’m linking up with Tara at 4th Grade Frolics: Made It Monday. :) Today I’m going to show you how to make your classroom jobs chart…let’s get started. You will need these things: I have my calendar that matches my room theme, mainly to keep my eye on the prize. I also have one of the hubs’ old white t-shirts, some beautiful turquoise ribbon that matches my theme, my classroom job signs, thermal laminating pouches from Wal-Mart, a hot glue gun, an iron, and the craft ironing board. I…
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Two Awesome Back to School Posters for Teachers
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
It all started at a dinner with friends. Isn't that how every good story starts? :) Well, this is a great story about learning something new. My husband and I were at dinner with some friends from our old school Cramerton Middle the other week and we were, of course, talking about school things. One of my best friends, Candace was telling me about a technology based professional development they had on something called Plickers. Since I had never heard of this before, of course I had to ask…