Ashley Schoener

Ashley Schoener

Ashley Schoener
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This poster is perfect for any classroom using flexible seating/alternative seating. The rules are simple and easy to follow.

This poster is perfect for any classroom using flexible seating/alternative seating. The rules are simple and easy to follow.

Give everyone their own jar for their toothpaste and toothbrush. | 33 Clever Ways To Organize All The Small Things

Give everyone their own jar for their toothpaste and toothbrush. | 33 Clever Ways To Organize All The Small Things

Options for flexible seating in the (elementary) classroom

Options for flexible seating in the (elementary) classroom

DIY Organizing Ideas for Kitchen - Org anizing the Kitchen Counter- Cheap and Easy Ways to Get Your Kitchen Organized - Dollar Tree Crafts, Space Saving Ideas - Pantry, Spice Rack, Drawers and Shelving - Home Decor Projects for Men and Women http://diyjoy.com/diy-organizing-ideas-kitchen

DIY Organizing Ideas for Kitchen - Org anizing the Kitchen Counter- Cheap and Easy Ways to Get Your Kitchen Organized - Dollar Tree Crafts, Space Saving Ideas - Pantry, Spice Rack, Drawers and Shelving - Home Decor Projects for Men and Women http://diyjoy.com/diy-organizing-ideas-kitchen

Getting students to understand the Pythagorean Theorem through discovery learning. Great lesson to introduce geometry unit of Pythagorean Theorem. Read about how I used it with my 8th grade students.

Getting students to understand the Pythagorean Theorem through discovery learning. Great lesson to introduce geometry unit of Pythagorean Theorem. Read about how I used it with my 8th grade students.

"What are the Chances?" - A probability lesson for middle school math! This is a probability lesson where students design and test their own probability experiment. The lesson requires students to understand and calculate theoretical and experimental probabilities. Includes student record sheets and a teacher example to use as a model for students.

"What are the Chances?" - A probability lesson for middle school math! This is a probability lesson where students design and test their own probability experiment. The lesson requires students to understand and calculate theoretical and experimental probabilities. Includes student record sheets and a teacher example to use as a model for students.

“When are we ever going to use this?” | Adventures in Teaching Algebra

“When are we ever going to use this?” | Adventures in Teaching Algebra