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What I've Learned: 5 tips for improving how you teach CELLS

As teachers, we are always looking for tips to improve our practice in our classrooms. For high school science teachers, it can be hard to take the time to pause and be reflective on what we are doing and what we could improve. So here are 5 ideas for secondary biology teachers to use when teaching cells (organelles, transport, mitosis, and cancer) in their classrooms.


Tootling- the opposite of tattling. Tootling is when students write a positive note about their classmates or teacher and stick it up on our tootling board. They love doing it, and it helps promote a cohesive classroom community!


Use Small Group Reading Warm Ups To Maximize Your Time At The Small Group Table: Sight Word Ideas and Activities, Fluency and Book Baskets, and Organization Ideas!

from BuzzFeed

21 Clever Writing Prompts That Will Unleash Your Students' Creativity

Imagine yourself in new situations. | 21 Clever Writing Prompts That Will Unleash Your Students' Creativity

from Mamas Learning Corner

Orchestra Coloring Pages

Orchestra Coloring pages! ♫ CLICK through to check them out or save for later! n♫

from the elementary math consultant

Teaching Fractions: How To Introduce Fraction Concepts

The best way for students to understand fractions is to get hands-on experience. In this game, students are constantly building and deconstructing fractions, finding equivalent fractions, and using their fraction knowledge strategically to win. Math games are a great way for elementary students to learn, and this one includes a lesson plan, standards, discussion questions, and learning targets.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Math Puzzles for Math Centers Bundle (includes Christmas activities)

Math Puzzles are great for your early finishers, math centers, enrichment opportunities, morning work, intervention groups, or even homework!

from STEAM Powered Family

Chemistry For Kids - 35+ resources and ideas to inspire

Chemistry For Kids - 35+ resources, experiments, lessons, and activities that will inspire young scientists. Lots of science fair ideas. via /steampoweredfam/

from You AUT-a Know

Using Task Analysis to Teach Subtraction

Task Analysis is a great way to teach subtraction skills in the Special Education Classroom. Task Analysis is an Evidence Based Practice for Autism and makes a great lesson in any classroom.