Pay attention, please…
Sometimes it is the students who are bored and sometimes it is the instructor who is boring. Engaged students pay attention. This work by Mia MacMeekin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribut…
Critical Thinking Skills
A poster created for our English language arts and social studies departments (humanities) to use in their classroom, as well as in the library.
Dr. Justin Tarte on Twitter
“21 things every teacher should do this year: via @growinglearners #edchat #unionrxi”
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My 10 big take-aways from #iste2014
Facebook0Tweet0Pin423 I’ve always thought the term “re-entry” to our regular lives after an ISTE conference was a bit dramatic, but it really does feel that way this year. 16,000 educators in one building is…intense. Now that I’m back from Atlanta and scrolling through my notes, I’m going to try to condense everything down to 10 main take-aways. These are not necessarily the most …
Enough with the Teacher Talk- Ideas for Getting More Student Talk
Teachers dominate classroom talk speaking anywhere between 60% to 75% of the time. That means in an average 45 minute English class, the teacher may lead the conversation an average of 27 to 33 minutes, leaving little time for most students to speak. Here are 10 ways to change that in your classroom.
Revisiting Cornell Notes: An Effective Note Taking Method
Before you say to yourself “yes I know know this stuff already” and right off this post as another, “we should all use Cornell Notes”, take the time to consider the followin…
My teaching manifesto for 2013
A blog about preschool, play, early childhood education, learning outdoors, play outdoors, children and nature, play activities, kindergarten
Teaching a dystopian novel in class this year? Pair it with a relevant text from CommonLit's collection to get kids talking about justice, equality, truth, and social responsibility.