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The Star Spangled Banner... Teach your students the words with this FREE download from Light Bulbs and Laughter. Includes a color poster and a coloring page/cloze activity to fill in the blanks while you listen.

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Using Social Media to Assess Learning (iTeach Third)

Using Social Media to Assess Learning


Reading This Is So Satisfying

Sentence Fluency

Teach students to look at examples of excellent sentences and ask themselves, "what works well?" Instead of looking at poorly written sentences and fixing them. Let's show our students what great sentences look like! In this resource, there is a list of 20 well written sentences along with a printable response sheet for each sentence. That's one month worth of interactive edits!

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10 Terrific Twitter Chats for Teachers.

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7 Habits of Highly Effective Teachers Who Use Technology

First day project: Friend Tree. Everyone puts their thumb print on the tree then teacher later frames it and hangs it as a reminder that we are all friends. I could even use it at open house and let the parents join us since we're all a team.

These 37 FREE identity cards are designed to help students make personal connections with the victims of the Holocaust, and could be used before a novel study or a history lesson.


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What Do You Want Kids to Do With Technology?


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Quick self assessment list to see if you are keeping current with all useful classroom technologies as a 21st Century educator.

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16 Things Teachers Should Try in 2016 | | #edtech #edchat #gafe

Scrap Paper Test Strategies give students a purpose for the scrap paper they are given during standardized assessments. If they spend the first fe...