If you have a smartboard, you NEED to read this!!! 21 Essential Smartboard Tips- like dual displays who knew! I'll have to look over this better later!

Someday I will have a smart board in my classroom and I will be happy I pinned this.If you have a smartboard, you NEED to read this! 21 Essential Smartboard Tips- like dual displays who knew! I'll have to look over this better later!

A must read for my elementary and secondary friends. We spend too much of our time doing the extra things of teaching!

A must read for my elementary and secondary friends. We spend too much of our time doing the extra things of teaching!A super-organized teacher explains how she gets by without ever planning at home.

Good Grief! This site has every classroom procedure mapped out that you could think of! Keep this one handy!

Similar to my missing work slip. The pink slip is an excellent way to keep documentation to use during parent-teacher conferences.

She has some FANTASTIC ideas here on organizing your classroom.

Terhune's First Grade Site! Sharpened pencils INSIDE a drawer. I like this to avoid the mad rush when kids see the sharpened pencil box is full.

Make a bag full of vocabulary words, have students draw one, then spin this spinner and do the resulting activity.  All kinds of word fun!

Vocabulary Game: Make a bag full of vocabulary words, have students draw one, then spin above spinner and do the resulting activity. All kinds of word fun!

The 2×10 strategy: a miraculous solution for behavior issues? | The Cornerstone

The 2x10 strategy: a miraculous solution for behavior issues?

This is as close as it gets to a miracle solution for students' behavior problems, it's completely free, and it only takes 2 minutes a day. for 10 days.

Need to read. Learning shouldn't be about copying and reciting word for word

How to Get Your Students to Take Better Notes: Good Teaching Techniques " Stump the teacher. Tell students to create a tough question. Stumping the teacher earns extra credit.

No More Name Plates  The most frequently asked question when visitors come to my room is "What did you use to write the names on your desks?"

Name Plates: Sharpie Paint Pens! Write directly on desks, birthday tags, etc. Rub well with expo marker, wipe clean with kleenex when you move seats or start a new school year.

Me while teaching.

Most days while at work.

Funny pictures about This Close To Losing It. Oh, and cool pics about This Close To Losing It. Also, This Close To Losing It photos.

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