Six Word Memoir - Terrific project at the beginning of the year...a great way to "change up" get-to-know-you writing!

Saved from
flickr.com

Nice layout concept for potentially listing out Employee Success behaviors

What Sets Great Principals Apart

educationworld.com

Miss DeCarbo: How I Stay Organized: Weekly Lesson Planning Tips & Tricks by Miss DeCarbo

Miss DeCarbo: How I Stay Organized: Weekly Lesson Planning Tips & Tricks by Miss DeCarbo

secondgradesugarandspice.blogspot.com

Top Tips for Landing a Teaching Job- Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

Luckeyfrog's Lilypad: Top 10 Tips for Landing a Teaching Job

luckeyfrogslilypad.blogspot.com

Paperless classroom.

The best tools for your paperless classroom - Daily Genius

dailygenius.com

The Great Pencil Challenge (managing pencils!) Amazing idea! CAN'T WAIT TO TRY!!!!!! :)).

Saved from
ladybugsteacherfiles.com

Visual organizer: Building an argument

Teacher Resources

mrslondon.us

Getting Control of a Difficult Class

Getting Control of a VERY DIFFICULT CLASS | Heidi Songs

heidisongs.com

handling disrespecful students

How To Handle Disrespectful Students Who Don’t Know They’re Being Disrespectful

smartclassroommanagement.com

Teachers: the Hang-Ups Family Organizer is perfect to use in the classroom!

Saved from
texasmiddleschoolconnection.wordpress.com

Great collection of resources for virtual field trips around the world.

Using the Web to Take Virtual Field Trips

kidworldcitizen.org

Concept thinking:This idea represents decision making for kids. It is an easy way to manage small groups with clear expectations. Students will be able to make their own decisions when in a group and ask questions to recieve positive feedback.

Teaching With a Mountain View: GROUPS Acronym

teachingwithamountainview.com

Great Poster on What IS Bullying... Exclusion, Physical, Lies or Rumors, Threats, Verbal Abuse or Teasing... Generally a Combination of the Above

Saved from
doityourselfdivas.blogspot.com

them’s the classroom rules {free download}

them's the classroom rules {free download}

twolivecolorfully.com

A frog in your throat - Worth1000 Contests

A frog in your throat - Worth1000 Contests

worth1000.com

I had the privilege of hearing Robyn Jackson speak at two different conferences and finally had a chance to sit down one-on-one with her over lunch at the ASCD conference in Chicago in March. Robyn is a former high school English teacher and middle school administrator who now shares her passion for supporting teachers through her …

Never work harder than your students -

thecornerstoneforteachers.com

The 8 Minutes That Matter Most | Edutopia

The 8 Minutes That Matter Most

edutopia.org

Getting Ready for the Start of School, Part II: Why Some Teachers Have Smooth-Running Classrooms by Muriel Rand

Saved from
edge.ascd.org

27 things to do with students who are not paying attention.

27 Ways To Make Sure Students Pay Attention In Class - Edudemic

edudemic.com

How cool is this?

Using the Web to Take Virtual Field Trips

kidworldcitizen.org

Great advice for calling parents. Starting with a positive point and ending with a hopeful statement is a good way to have most conversations.

Saved from
thepracticalmommy.hubpages.com

If you’re not using exit slips, you really should try them. Basically, you give students a quick prompt at the end of class (or for elementary, at the end of the day or the end of a subject). Then the students have just a couple minutes to write an answer and turn it in. Why … Read More →

Saved from
teach4theheart.com

graphic organizers

Graphic Organizers

eduplace.com

New Anchor Charts for a New Year! | Scholastic.com

scholastic.com

3 Reasons Why You Should Share and 3 Things You Can Do to Start Sharing

Saved from
techlearning.com