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Love, Teach: 16 Things You Can Do While Actively Monitoring during Standardized Testing (or the next time you’re crazy bored)

16 Things You Can Do While Actively Monitoring during Standardized Testing (or the next time you’re crazy bored)

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This would be such an awesome lesson! Around valentines day, have students pick out a blind date with a book and then present their blind date to the class on Valentines Day! Still celebrating, but also learning.

And Now For The Greatest Blind Date Ever

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Here are ideas for how teachers can connect effectively with parents. Click for more.

Talking to Parents: What Every Teacher Needs to Know

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This is a "Shout Out Wall" where students can shout out their success in school, home, work or activities - image only

From a Texas teacher, but still could be really cute for our students as we continue test taking strategies

How to use Pixar Short Films to quickly master Plot. 10 highly engaging short films to study plot and the story elements. “Burn-E” “Day & Night” “Dug’s Special Mission” “For the Birds” “Geri’s Game” “Knick Knack” “Lifted” “Partly Cloudy” “Presto” “Tin Toy” Enjoy the Pixar Short Films Study!

36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom

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20 Humorous and Lighthearted Realities of Teaching - Teach Junkie

20 Humorous and Lighthearted Realities of Teaching - Teach Junkie

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School Wide Bulletin Board

Standardized test is an issue we will face as future educators. I want to teach my students more than just test taking skills and the core information that is on the test. There is more to school and life than taking a test, and I think it is important to teach some of these important lessons to my students.

Slice 13 | Wise Words From Miss Alvez's Class

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This is a great letter to give your students before they take a standardized test. Help to boost their confidence and let them know you believe in ...

Testing Letter for Students

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What kind of teacher do you want? 1st day activity - I could see doing this to set up classroom environment

What kind of teacher do you want?

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A warm, cozy classroom that looks like home. LOVE IT!

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Classroom Tour 2012-2013

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This has been my favorite teacher quote since before I became a teacher! | 27 Awesome Straight-Talk Quotes About Teaching

27 Awesome Straight-Talk Quotes About Teaching

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Great way to help kids see the purpose behind the learning! Goals in Sight By: All for the Love of Teaching

All For the Love of Teaching: Goals in Sight

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End of year gift for students

Trashketball and other games for middle and high school students that require little to zero effort.

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11 Habits of an Effective Teacher | Edutopia- Excellent list!

11 Habits of an Effective Teacher

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Do you have students who do their assignments, but can’t remember to turn them in? Or maybe they want to get better test scores, but they can’t seem to initiate studying at home. Maybe they don’t even know what good study habits look like? Chances are good your students are struggling with executive function. I …

"Can I chew gum in class?" and other questions students ask the first day. This is an activity that puts the students in charge of finding out the answers to their questions. Though it says PDF version, the Microsoft Word version is also included in the zipped folder. $priced

Six Word Memoir - Use as beginning of the year get-to-know-you activity & put on classroom community bulletin board for display. Update throughout the school year with new ones as we grow.

Speed dating (exchanging math problems) in the math classroom.

Speed dating in the math classroom.

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Keeping Parents Involved at Home - ideas and suggestions for keeping parents involved and interested in their students' work and learning.

Runde's Room: Keeping Parents Involved at Home

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