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Turn the world upside-down in your Spanish classroom! FL teachers aren’t just teaching a new way of saying things. They’re changing how their students see the world and this “inverted” map does just that! The first impression students have when they see the map is that it's wrong or weird but it really isn’t. Have students rethink the world. It is hard to believe that most of us have been educated into one stereotype about maps but sometimes you have to turn everything on its head to see better

10 Unique and Creative Maps to Teach Kids Geography


laminate. analog on one side, digital on the other. good for students practicing time!

2nd Grade Ponderings: Time Practice

I have seen these at cosi museum! And I have heard of a couple studies and grants where they helped all students, not just ADHD ones (who would surely benefit)

Fostering grit is a dialogue. Here are three ways to start the grit dialogue.

Grit In The Classroom Has To Be A Dialogue

This comprehensive app lets children explore music with a tap and swipe of their screen.

Beethoven's 9th Symphony

What percentage of kids take a foreign language in high school, then move on to fluency? Maybe five percent at best? Doesn't that bother people?

For school leaders, this list of videos, blogs, and articles includes advice and tips on effective leadership strategies, partnering with teachers, and cultivating and retaining strong leadership. | Edutopia

School Leadership: Resource Roundup