Kathleen Finley-Boggs

Kathleen Finley-Boggs

Kathleen Finley-Boggs
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Get ready for back to school with these adorable team gifts!  Simply print the free gift tag, and you’re coworker gifts will be all set!  Here’s to a NOTEWORTHY school year that I’m sure your team will be thrilled to PIECES about!

Get ready for back to school with these adorable team gifts! Simply print the free gift tag, and you’re coworker gifts will be all set! Here’s to a NOTEWORTHY school year that I’m sure your team will be thrilled to PIECES about!

Provides ready-to-reproduce practice pages of quotes written in cursive in order to help build skills in the handwriting style.

Provides ready-to-reproduce practice pages of quotes written in cursive in order to help build skills in the handwriting style.

Keep track of missing student work by using this free classroom management form. Simply laminate the form, attach it to your desk, and use a dry erase marker to write which students need to submit work. When the assignment comes in, check off their name or erase it completely!

Keep track of missing student work by using this free classroom management form. Simply laminate the form, attach it to your desk, and use a dry erase marker to write which students need to submit work. When the assignment comes in, check off their name or erase it completely!

Math Stations for Middle Grades (Grades 3 through 8) eBook from Laura Candler - strategies and printables for implementing math stations and math centers $

Math Stations for Middle Grades (Grades 3 through 8) eBook from Laura Candler - strategies and printables for implementing math stations and math centers $

The red pen is mighyt, but are you maximizing its impact? Middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed what work is graded and what work isn't, and how to hold students accountable for implementing feedback. Teachers also shared their experiences with standards based grading, thoughts on students grading themselves, and tips for making grading easier. Read through the chat for ideas to implement in your own classroom.

The red pen is mighyt, but are you maximizing its impact? Middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed what work is graded and what work isn't, and how to hold students accountable for implementing feedback. Teachers also shared their experiences with standards based grading, thoughts on students grading themselves, and tips for making grading easier. Read through the chat for ideas to implement in your own classroom.