Inclusion Teaching/Special Education - Co-teaching has so many perks! I LOVE seeing my students achieve their goals, while in the regular classroom setting. However, there's stress of not being in my classroom and not having everything I needed at my reach. I have created a binder that has saved me from running from the inclusion classroom to my classroom about 5 times a day. This has also played a tremendous part in regular education teacher/special education teacher collaboration.
These activities keep students busy, but they are not busy work. They are valuable extension activities that encourage students to manipulate the material they have just learned in new and creative ways.
The Child’s Inventor’s Box - An “inventor’s box” full of odds and ends that has a permanent place in your home play area or in your classroom–this is the child’s invention kit, the perfect tool for science exploration and innovation. The idea is to create the atmosphere of an inventor’s workshop, where there is no fixed set of materials and no particular goal established in advance; rather, the bountiful collection of materials is there for the child to explore, experiment, and give creative…
Be The Smartest Person At Work With These Excel Tricks
Excel is a powerful tool. At first glance, it looks like a bunch of boxes that you type numbers into, but it does so much more. Of course, you need to know how to use it. We have tons of articles here at MakeUseOf that will teach how to be better at Excel, and here's another quick…
BLOG POST: 3 Fun and Easy Opinion/Argument Games that Engage All Students: 1) Voting from Your Seat, 2) Voting on Your Feet, and 3) Wish Seekers vs. Decision Makers (Light-hearted topics and easy game directions are in the post.) http://www.elaseminargal.com/2016/05/let-your-voice-be-heard-opinionargument_14.html
iPads in the Classroom: Teaching Academic Vocabulary through Pictures
The iPad activities in this document allow students to relate the new vocabulary they are learning. Full of activities and handouts about vocabulary for all subject areas and includes tools for common core. Great for Kindergarten through fifth grade. $
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As usual in our house, a new season means new play dough kits, and what better way to start off fall than with a fall-themed play dough kit?! Grae and I have been collecting little odd and ends for this one for the last couple of weeks, so we were really excited to finally put it … … Continue reading →