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AMAZING first year tips, Luckeyfrog's Lilypad: new teacher tips

Luckeyfrog's Lilypad: new teacher tips

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Pandora in the Classroom

Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!: Pandora in the Classroom

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Need a quote for an assignment, newsletter, or inspiration? Check out this site that has quotes chosen especially for the classroom - nothing inappropriate or irrelevant. Makes it way easier to find the quote YOU need.

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20 Habits of Highly Effective Educators

Corkboard Connections: Bring Some Passion Into Your Classroom! Wonderful guest blog post by Jen Runde about how to implement a "genius hour" in your classroom as a way for students to explore topics they are passionate about. Inspiring!

{Love Languages: Words of Affirmation, Acts of Service, Receiving Gifts, Quality Time, Physical Touch} *Are you missing an opportunity to truly connect with your little one?

StorytellingMatters - Panel opdracht 3: Prezi voor Rookies – Hoe moeilijk is dat?

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Wow, a listing of Brain gym exercises/movements! Very hard to find online without paying or buying a book. Thanks! "Simple exercises for a better mind and body".

GREAT FOR BACK TO SCHOOL! Example of a Student's Questionnaire from the ASCD book Designing Personalized Learning for Every Student by Dianne Ferguson, Cleo Droege, Hafdís Guðjónsdóttir, Jackie Lester, Gwen Meyer, Ginevra Ralph, Nadia Sampson and Janet Williams

Gathering Information About Your Students

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It is a College Preparation Bulletin Board. It describes the paths students need to take to prepare to go to college; starting in freshman year. The original poster and bulletin board was done by Abby Hill, Peoria High School Senior.

diy game wheel...I would use this with different speech sounds, or language activities, not the prizes. Could be used as a speech station.

Interesting idea!! A secret student is randomly selected and the teacher monitors that student for the day. If the student does well, he/she is recognized and is rewarded. If he/she does not do well, the student is not named and the teacher just tells the class that the secret student did not have a good day but tomorrow will be a better day.

This FREE three page document includes ideas and strategies to promote active engagement of your students in the classroom. I have used all these s...