16 Things Teachers Should Try in 2016 [infographic] #GoogleEI #GoogleET

16 Things Teachers Should Try in 2016 [infographic]

Google Docs CHEAT SHEET | This Google Docs Cheat Sheet will give teachers and students an overview of the NEW Docs Home Screen, as well as a good overview of the available features in the menu and toolbar.

Google Docs CHEAT SHEET!

Free resource of educational web tools, century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

1. Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. 2. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. 3. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school.

Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school. Like the calendar with their names!

Rather than introducing or creating ‘class rules’, these basic tenants are ideals our class holds about our classroom, our work together, and the world. Short, sweet, & easy to remember, these phrases have tremendous power and help build classroom community. Within the first few weeks of school, we discuss (as a class) the implications of these statements asking “How will my actions reflect these beliefs?”

Classroom Expectations and Belief Subway Art: We Believe

I want to utilize the idea of not only having rules in the classroom but expectations. I feel that middle schoolers will relate to these ideas that can also transfer to real life situations.

Teacher Tip: Get rid of the papers on your desk by using a hanging file crate! [Cupcakes & Curriculum]

Teacher Tip: Get rid of the papers on your desk by using a hanging file crate! [Cupcakes & Curriculum]or bottom drawer of my desk!

Here is a helpful sign and printable for helping students use phrases when providing evidence from a text. Sign can be printed and used as an anchor chart, used as a handout, and/or glued in a writing notebook. **Checkout my other writing resources on my TPT page!**

Here is a helpful sign and printable for helping students use phrases when providing evidence from a text. Sign can be printed and used as an anchor chart, used as a handout, and/or glued in a writing notebook. **Checkout my other writing resources on my

**VIDEO** post about implementing Writer's Workshop in your classroom!! Lots of great tips :)

Love the "I can't imagine life without" for their journal to intro our narrative unit--**VIDEO** post about implementing Writer's Workshop in your classroom! Lots of great tips

Could be cool to have students create and recreate as the year moves along!

Use as an end-of-term project. Each child creates a "motivation" board including items that motivate them to be healthy. Include rubric with specific criteria.

Creating personal fitness plan lesson plan for high school students.

Creating personal fitness plan lesson plan for high school students. - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts!

Using Technology to Teach Health and Wellness via @edutopia

Using Technology to Teach Health and Wellness

This is a wonderful website that provides engaging ideas for our health classrooms. I really enjoyed reading these and I think out high school students will love them! Using Technology to Teach Health and Wellness via

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