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5 Reading Pinterest Boards You Will WANT To Follow
An Educator's Life: Pinterest- An Idea Mecca For Teachers. Post with 23 hand-picked boards to get your teacher ideas flowing!
An Educator's Life: Pinterest- An Idea Mecca For Teachers
A List Of 50+ Teaching Strategies To Jumpstart Your Teacher Brain!
A List Of 50+ Teaching Strategies To Jumpstart Your Teacher Brain
Classroom examples...but I love this letter attached to the teachers desk
30 Epic Examples Of Inspirational Classroom Decor
I "can" objectives board...great way to post learning goals.
Schoolgirl Style Challenge Finalist #6
I am so excited to try using a teacher binder this semester to help me stay organized! Great tips for making it fit what you need. #teacherbinder
Luckeyfrog's Lilypad: Teacher Binder Remix!
FREEBIE: Vocabulary Placemat Graphic Organizer:)
FREE TEST-TAKING STRATEGIES POSTERS for Intermediate-Middle grades! Please see my Test-Taking Strategies Through Question of the Day Toolkit! I'm certain you won't regret it!
This would be a great poster to hang in a classroom as part of walls that teach! Prepositions are something that may be a little abstract for students to understand, but this is a great visual representation of what they are. This could work both on visual representation and skill within language arts. Students could then make up their own poster for another type of word, such as a verb.
Peter Pappas created reflection questions using Bloom's taxonomy. Questions for students, teachers and principals.
A Taxonomy of Reflection: A Model for Critical Thinking
This is completely AMAZING!!! An interactive Bloom's Taxonomy pyramid! Click on the links to find activities.
100 Important Google Drive Tips for education
"Would you rather" question cards for kids ages 3-8. Fun for older kids too!
Give each student colored index cards/post-its for their work space. During independent work time or group work, the students use the cards. A teacher I used to work with put red cards on popsicle sticks at the student work centers & prompted them to hold it up when they needed help, rather than calling out. Her classroom was always so quiet!
Another great idea to help us as teachers informally assess whether or not our students are understanding the material. Having students have these post-its at their desk and at the end of each lesson, have them put forward a color. This is a great way to assess who needs extra assistance with the material. -Jennifer Schwantz
Have your students practice writing 10 words that you have posted on the word wall in your classroom.