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3 New Years Resolutions for Teachers

New Years resolutions are sometimes a sore subject, but they can be helpful if planned and executed carefully. As you head into another new year in your classroom, consider these three New Years resolutions for teachers--and take it easy on yourself!

Start a daily class diary! Every day for 100 days, create a new page with highlights of the day. With 100 days, everyone in your class will get several turns to contribute!

I use these Whole Brain Teaching attention getters on a daily basis with my ELL students. These attention getters are a great way to improve your classroom management. I usually pick one or two to teach the class at the beginning of the year. Then every month or every few weeks, I introduce a new attention getter, which my students can't wait for!!

Last school year, I made drastic changes in my classroom management system. Due to a schoolwide initiative, my behavior “clip chart” system ended, and in turn, school rules were replaced with a language that promoted growth mindset. I was determined to epitomize this with my students and end hearing

DIY Decoupage Dr. Seuss Read Sign for Children's Book Nook

DIY Decoupage Dr. Seuss Read Sign Recycle old books! All you need is an old book that is falling apart, some Mod Podge, scissors and a paint brush

8 keys to avoiding teacher burnout (part two)

8 keys to avoiding teacher burnout. We need this! Especially at the end of the school year.

Want to Take Over My Class? Be My Guest!

Want to take over my class? Be my guest! Great article about getting kids to present in front of the class. Want to use the last part in my AVID class for current events.