Think-pair-share is an easy, simple cooperative learning strategy that quickly adds more student engagement to a lesson. These tips will help you get the most from it.

In Praise of Think-Pair-Share

FREE ESL Think-pair-share is an easy, simple cooperative learning strategy that quickly adds more student engagement to a lesson. These tips will help you get the most from it.

Teaching in Room 6: Classroom Economy: Day One

Getting a classroom economy started on the first day of school. What to do with your students. Could maybe pair this with Class Dojo for PBIS?

13 Non-Professional Books That Have Made Us Better Teachers:I’m a big believer…

13 Non-Professional Books That Have Made Us Better Teachers:I& a big believer in looking for professional development beyond the pedagogy bookshelf at the bookstore.

72 unique Growth Mindset Notes encourage middle school and high school students to believe they can learn anything and help them develop the attitudes, habits, and work ethics that will help them persevere through challenges and succeed in all subjects and classes! Ready to print, cut, and go – implement growth mindset today with these notes!

GROWTH MINDSET: Notes of Encouragement

72 unique Growth Mindset Notes encourage middle school and high school students to believe they can learn anything and help them develop the attitudes, habits, and work ethics that will help them persevere through challenges and succeed in all subjects an

Classroom Escape Room (Review Game)

Classroom Escape Room (Review Game)

I am obsessed with escape rooms! On my spring break trip to Atlanta I was able to do three in one da

Looking for books that emphasize the importance of kindness and empathy? 7 middle grade books about empathy that kids will love!

7 Middle Grade Books That Teach Kids Empathy

Looking for books that emphasize the importance of kindness and empathy? 7 middle grade books about empathy that kids will love! Middle school is a tough time when kids aren't yet fully aware of how their words and actions can hurt others.

TWERP by Mark Goldblatt-This will be a powerful read aloud for 5th grade and 6th grade classes. It will allow for discussion on making right choices even if it goes against the wishes of friends. I would put in a fourth grade library, and share with mature third graders.

In Queens, New York, in twelve-year-old Julian Twerski writes a journal for his English teacher in which he explores his friendships and how they are effected by girls, a new student who may be as fast as Julian, and especially an incident of bullying.

Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher: Tell Me Something Good...

White board organization for your classroom- a visual representation of what the day/week looks like along with learning objective, agenda for the day, homework -Liz Anderson

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