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Point of View - Anchor Chart - Elementary/Middle ELA    Edit:  Limited - Outside View + 1 Character's Thoughts

Point of View - Anchor Chart - Elementary/Middle ELA Edit: Limited - Outside View + 1 Character's Thoughts

Archimedes once said “Give me a place to stand, and I shall move the  Earth.” While the idea of a person moving such a huge mass on their own  might sound impossible, chances are you’ve seen this idea in action at  your local playground. Andy Peterson and Zack Patterson use the seesaw to illustrate the  amazing implications and uses of the lever.

Use to introduce simple machines! The mighty mathematics of the lever - Andy Peterson and Zack Patterson

Diary of a Fit Mommy: Goodbye, Saddlebags! Here is the Secret to Getting Rid of Them!

Melt your saddlebags in these 6 moves! Here is a fun little workout that you can do in addition to my 12 week home workout bundle.

10-minutes-to firm workout: target your trouble zones like inner thighs, butt, abs, and more with these moves. Each of these moves does double duty, targeting a primary muscle and a secondary area that needs a boost. | Health.com

firm workout: target your trouble zones like inner thighs, butt, abs, and more with these moves. Each of these moves does double duty, targeting a primary muscle and a secondary area that needs a boost

Parent Guide to IDEA - The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is the key federal education law that serves students with LD. Being informed will help you support your child’s learning needs and advocate for his or her success. Visit the chapters below for information on IDEA. How to request an evaluation for a child, student discipline, procedural safeguards, eligibility, dispute resolution, and more.

Parent Guide to IDEA - The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is the key federal education law that serves students with Learning Disabilities. Being informed will help you support your student’s learning needs.

The least effective way to lead a classroom is to teach directly with the test (Santman); however, making constant connections to test-prep does allow for better scores - tying it to reading workshops, genre mini-lessons, etc.

Squeezing in Test Prep - Come and take a look at my post on Rachel Lynette's "Minds in Bloom" website! It's filled with pictures and ideas on how to incorporate standardized test prep strategies into our everyday classroom lives.

Just as teachers need some relief from the stress of standardized tests, students need reminders to keep calm too!

Let It Go (Testing Parody) on Vimeo ~ This was written and produced to calm the stresses that come along with state testing and remind our students how much we believe in them.

Because high-stakes testings are completely assessed in terms of an inflexible and standardized rubric, students are automatically categorized by their test scores and numbers - which really is a huge downfall for testing.

The Testing Camera- a new animated short — a whimsical poke at high-stakes, standardized testing and a reminder that real assessment is as easy, and — at the same time — as challenging as getting to really know the gifts and talents of every child.