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FREE print-and-teach materials to use with ANY TED Talk. Works for EVERY subject area!
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Anyone who knows my love for TEDtalks will certainly know I will be using this in my classroom
Teaching Growth Mindset
TED Talks offer a variety of educational opportunities for our students, from serving as virtual guest lectures on specialized topics to showcasing dynamic models of public speaking. This worksheet was designed to give students a concrete task to guide their viewing of ANY TED Talk. You could show a TED Talk in class and have students complete the worksheet. You could use this as a homework assignment, where students watch an assigned video at home and complete the worksheet. Or you could take your whole class to the computer lab, have students plug in their earbuds, and complete the worksheet on any TED Talk of their choosing. Visit www.ted.com (or search TED Talks on Youtube) to bring a world of experts into your classroom. Want more dynamic lesson materials designed to engage teen eyes and brains? <a href="http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Laura-Randazzo">Click HERE to view my full catalog of middle school and high school lessons.</a> Keywords: TED Talks, Youtube, multimedia, video, public speaking techniques, presentation skills, model speech, guest lecture; fun stuff, handout, worksheet, printable, fun stuff, middle school, high school
TED talk worksheet
Advice from Real Teachers: What to Do About ... Students Who Seek Attention - This is the 2nd blog post in a new series that features responses from the fans of the Teaching Resources Facebook page. Take a look!
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I have experienced this problem behavior, where students interrupt class lessons constantly with comments or answers. These suggestions by experienced teachers really help a new teacher develop strategies to overcome these situations, because every classroom will have these students. These suggestions would be great for teachers of all backgrounds and grade levels, especially new teachers.
Dealing with attention seekers
I think I'll need this next year... Advice from Real Teachers: What to Do About ... Students Who Seek Attention - This is the 2nd blog post in a new series that features responses from the fans of the Teaching Resources Facebook page. Take a look!
Student Behavior - Attention Seeking
What to Do About ... Students Who Seek Attention
Every student who complete their homework assignments all week will get to choose a classroom lottery card on Friday morning. This is an AMAZING idea!
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Every student who complete their homework assignments all week will get to choose a classroom lottery card on Friday morning.Then I mixed 2 parts acrylic silver paint to 1 part Dawn dishwashing liquid. I would never have thought to use dishwashing liquid, but it really works!~~ What a cute idea!
homemade scratch-offs to use as classroom incentives. cute idea! :)
Classroom lottery scratch off tickets
Classroom Lottery -- what a great, innovative way to reinforce great choices. The author uses it for a homework incentive, but you could use it for anything. Great idea!
classroom management- students pick a lottery card on Friday morning. This is an AMAZING idea!
Classroom lottery tickets that kids win, when they've turned in their homework all week long. Cute idea!
Simply 2nd Resources: Project of the Day (inspired by Pinterest)
For kids that aren't paying attention.
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27 Things to Do with Students who are NOT paying attention. Sometimes it is the students who are bored and sometimes it is the instructor who is boring. Engaged students pay attention.
27 things to do with students who are not paying attention. Good Ideas
27 things to do with students who are not paying attention. Great ideas!
27 things to do with students who don't pay attention Classroom Management
27 things to do with students who don't pay attention - perfect ideas for kids with ADHD
Parent Teacher Conference Forms - FREEBIE! Great self evaluation ideas for students to fill out before conferences
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Fun in First Grade: Parent Teacher Conference Time and Must Have FREEBIES
7 Free Assessment Resources for Pre-K to 1st Grade | While He Was Napping
Student Self Assessment
Student self evaluation ideas
Freebielicious: Parent Teacher Conference Forms
If you are teaching English Language Learners, here are some tips and strategies that you can practice in the classroom to create a safe environment and support the students throughout their learning process.
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9 Tips to Support English Language Learners -- some tips and strategies for those teaching English language learners! #teaching
If you are teaching English Language Learners, here are some tips and strategies that you can practice in the classroom to create a safe environment and support the students throughout their learning process. #ESL #ELL
These are great tips and strategies to help teach ELL students.
9 Tips to Support English-Language Learners
"Shout Out Wall" where students can shout out their success in class or at school.
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This is a "Shout Out Wall" where students can shout out their success in school, home, work or activities OR Success Wall!! I B Awesome Wall
This is a "Shout Out Wall" where students can shout out their success in school, home, work or activities (picture only)- I can turn this into a bulletin board LOVE this idea!!!!!
This is a "Shout Out Wall" where students can shout one another for their success in class or at school. Or teacher give shutouts to other teachers... Love this idea for the Creation Station!
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school subject coloring pages
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Science NOTEBOOK COVERS: School subject coloring pages - great for journal covers! - These could also serve as the first page of each section of student binders to make organizing it fun.
school subject coloring pages - great for journal covers OR teacher binder covers
school subject coloring pages
How We Do Review - Popsicle Pick | Classical Conversations At Home
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CC Tutor -- our Popsicle Pick review game
I’ve made my Popsicle Pick game…finally! I had the idea last year, but just made time to bang it out. I’m excited to add it to our short list of simple ways to review our memory work.I took the color assigned to each subject on the memory master flashcards and painted one end of a popsicle stick to match. They’re…
CC review game idea- How We Do Review - Popsicle Pick - Classical Conversations at Home
"Thumbs Up!" for 'b' and 'd' chart Gotta show this to Riddick!! He always writes his b's and d's backwards.
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I would have this as a visual in the classroom to help students while they are learning letters
Help children remember the difference between lowercase 'b' and 'd' with this helpful picture chart. Since children are introduced to the left to right reading and writing concept early on, teaching them to give a "Thumbs Up!" will aide them in distinguishing the 'b' and 'd' letters in those early reader activites.
"Thumbs Up!" for 'b' and 'd' chart
Connect Four PowerPoint Template - Create Your Own Review Game
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Create your own "Connect Four" style review games with this PowerPoint template!
Could use a real Connect Four Game with a subject written on each checker. Draw a checker, answer a question as a team and slide it in. Simple for the abecedarians. CC Review Game
Connect Four PowerPoint Game Template
Small group review
Connect4 PowerPoint Template - Create Your Own Review Game
my future quotes
"The First One Done": Quotes for Kids: Classroom Decor Signs
Classroom Quote Signs
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Quotes for Kids: Classroom Decor Signs
Whole Brain Teaching: Class! Yes! by Create-abilities
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Whole Brain Teaching Posters
Whole Brain Teaching: Class! Yes! (free posters)
Create-Abilities: Whole Brain Teaching: Class! Yes!
SERIOUSLY! This website is a miracle for finding videos for teaching moments!!!!
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Amazing website with short video clips with a TON of categories!
Great Website with clips from different movies to use for teaching tools-search by theme - Love the one from Breakfast Club in bullying
One website full of short movie clips sorted by theme for teachers to use with curriculum in the classrooms. I'm sure this would work for social work too lol
Inspirational Movie Clips
Lots of good tips for brain breaks. Brain research shows how activity increases oxygen flow and energy to the brain.
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8 Reasons Why You Should Definitely Take That Lunch Break then go for a walk. Check out how the brain reacts to a short 20 minute walk during your day. OPC Inc
Exercise more – 7 minutes might be enough You might have seen some talk recently about the scientific 7 minute workout mentioned in The New York Times. So if you thought exercise was something you didn't have time for, maybe you can fit it in after all. Exercise has such a profound effect on our happiness and well-being that it's actually been proven to be an effective strategy for overcoming depression. In a study cited in Shawn Achor's book, The Happiness Advantage, three groups of patients treated their depression with either medication, exercise, or a combination of the two. The results of this study really surprised me. Although all three groups experienced similar improvements in their happiness levels to begin with, the follow up assessments proved to be radically different: The groups were then tested six months later to assess their relapse rate. Of those who had taken the medication alone, 38 percent had slipped back into depression. Those in the combination group were doing only slightly better, with a 31 percent relapse rate. The biggest shock, though, came from the exercise group: Their relapse rate was only 9 percent! You don't have to be depressed to gain benefit from exercise, though. It can help you to relax, increase your brain power and even improve your body image, even if you don't lose any weight. A study in the Journal of Health Psychology found that people who exercised felt better about their bodies, even when they saw no physical changes: Body weight, shape and body image were assessed in 16 males and 18 females before and after both 6 × 40 mins exercise and 6 × 40 mins reading. Over both conditions, body weight and shape did not change. Various aspects of body image, however, improved after exercise compared to before. We've explored exercise in depth before, and looked at what it does to our brains, such as releasing proteins and endorphins that make us feel happier, as you can see in the image below. 2. Sleep more – you'll be less sensitive to negative emotions We know that sleep helps our bodies to recover from the day and repair themselves, and that it helps us focus and be more productive. It turns out, it's also important for our happiness. In NutureShock, Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman explain how sleep affects our positivity: Negative stimuli get processed by the amygdala; positive or neutral memories gets processed by the hippocampus. Sleep deprivation hits the hippocampus harder than the amygdala. The result is that sleep-deprived people fail to recall pleasant memories, yet recall gloomy memories just fine. In one experiment by Walker, sleep-deprived college students tried to memorize a list of words. They could remember 81% of the words with a negative connotation, like “cancer.” But they could remember only 31% of the words with a positive or neutral connotation, like “sunshine” or “basket.” The BPS Research Digest explores another study that proves sleep affects our sensitivity to negative emotions. Using a facial recognition task over the course of a day, the researchers studied how sensitive participants were to positive and negative emotions. Those who worked through the afternoon without taking a nap became more sensitive late in the day to negative emotions like fear and anger. Using a face recognition task, here we demonstrate an amplified reactivity to anger and fear emotions across the day, without sleep. However, an intervening nap blocked and even reversed this negative emotional reactivity to anger and fear while conversely enhancing ratings of positive (happy) expressions. Of course, how well (and how long) you sleep will probably affect how you feel when you wake up, which can make a difference to your whole day. Especially this graph showing how your brain activity decreases is a great insight about how important enough sleep is for productivity and happiness: Another study tested how employees' moods when they started work in the morning affected their work day. Researchers found that employees' moods when they clocked in tended to affect how they felt the rest of the day. Early mood was linked to their perceptions of customers and to how they reacted to customers' moods. And most importantly to managers, employee mood had a clear impact on performance, including both how much work employees did and how well they did it. Sleep is another topic we've looked into before, exploring how much sleep we really need to be productive. 3. Move closer to work – a short commute is worth more than a big house Our commute to the office can have a surprisingly powerful impact on our happiness. The fact that we tend to do this twice a day, five days a week, makes it unsurprising that its effect would build up over time and make us less and less happy. According to The Art of Manliness, having a long commute is something we often fail to realize will affect us so dramatically: … while many voluntary conditions don't affect our happiness in the long term because we acclimate to them, people never get accustomed to their daily slog to work because sometimes the traffic is awful and sometimes it's not. Or as Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert put it, “Driving in traffic is a different kind of hell every day.” We tend to try to compensate for this by having a bigger house or a better job, but these compensations just don't work: Two Swiss economists who studied the effect of commuting on happiness found that such factors could not make up for the misery created by a long commute. 4. Spend time with friends and family – don't regret it on your deathbed Staying in touch with friends and family is one of the top five regrets of the dying. If you want more evidence that it's beneficial for you, I've found some research that proves it can make you happier right now. Social time is highly valuable when it comes to improving our happiness, even for introverts. Several studies have found that time spent with friends and family makes a big difference to how happy we feel, generally. I love the way Harvard happiness expert Daniel Gilbert explains it: We are happy when we have family, we are happy when we have friends and almost all the other things we think make us happy are actually just ways of getting more family and friends. George Vaillant is the director of a 72-year study of the lives of 268 men. In an interview in the March 2008 newsletter to the Grant Study subjects, Vaillant was asked, “What have you learned from the Grant Study men?” Vaillant's response: “That the only thing that really matters in life are your relationships to other people.” He shared insights of the study with Joshua Wolf Shenk at The Atlantic on how the men's social connections made a difference to their overall happiness: The men's relationships at age 47, he found, predicted late-life adjustment better than any other variable, except defenses. Good sibling relationships seem especially powerful: 93 percent of the men who were thriving at age 65 had been close to a brother or sister when younger. In fact, a study published in the Journal of Socio-Economics states than your relationships are worth more than $100,000: Using the British Household Panel Survey, I find that an increase in the level of social involvements is worth up to an extra £85,000 a year in terms of life satisfaction. Actual changes in income, on the other hand, buy very little happiness. I think that last line is especially fascinating: Actual changes in income, on the other hand, buy very little happiness. So we could increase our annual income by hundreds of thousands of dollars and still not be as happy as if we increased the strength of our social relationships. The Terman study, which is covered in The Longevity Project, found that relationships and how we help others were important factors in living long, happy lives: We figured that if a Terman participant sincerely felt that he or she had friends and relatives to count on when having a hard time then that person would be healthier. Those who felt very loved and cared for, we predicted, would live the longest. Surprise: our prediction was wrong… Beyond social network size, the clearest benefit of social relationships came from helping others. Those who helped their friends and neighbors, advising and caring for others, tended to live to old age. 5. Go outside – happiness is maximized at 13.9°C In The Happiness Advantage, Shawn Achor recommends spending time in the fresh air to improve your happiness: Making time to go outside on a nice day also delivers a huge advantage; one study found that spending 20 minutes outside in good weather not only boosted positive mood, but broadened thinking and improved working memory… This is pretty good news for those of us who are worried about fitting new habits into our already-busy schedules. Twenty minutes is a short enough time to spend outside that you could fit it into your commute or even your lunch break. A UK study from the University of Sussex also found that being outdoors made people happier: Being outdoors, near the sea, on a warm, sunny weekend afternoon is the perfect spot for most. In fact, participants were found to be substantially happier outdoors in all natural environments than they were in urban environments. The American Meteorological Society published research in 2011 that found current temperature has a bigger effect on our happiness than variables like wind speed and humidity, or even the average temperature over the course of a day. It also found that happiness is maximized at 13.9°C, so keep an eye on the weather forecast before heading outside for your 20 minutes of fresh air. 6. Help others – 100 hours a year is the magical number One of the most counterintuitive pieces of advice I found is that to make yourself feel happier, you should help others. In fact, 100 hours per year (or two hours per week) is the optimal time we should dedicate to helping others in order to enrich our lives. If we go back to Shawn Achor's book again, he says this about helping others: …when researchers interviewed more than 150 people about their recent purchases, they found that money spent on activities—such as concerts and group dinners out—brought far more pleasure than material purchases like shoes, televisions, or expensive watches. Spending money on other people, called “prosocial spending,” also boosts happiness. The Journal of Happiness Studies published a study that explored this very topic: Participants recalled a previous purchase made for either themselves or someone else and then reported their happiness. Afterward, participants chose whether to spend a monetary windfall on themselves or someone else. Participants assigned to recall a purchase made for someone else reported feeling significantly happier immediately after this recollection; most importantly, the happier participants felt, the more likely they were to choose to spend a windfall on someone else in the near future. So spending money on other people makes us happier than buying stuff for ourselves. What about spending our time on other people? A study of volunteering in Germany explored how volunteers were affected when their opportunities to help others were taken away: Shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall but before the German reunion, the first wave of data of the GSOEP was collected in East Germany. Volunteering was still widespread. Due to the shock of the reunion, a large portion of the infrastructure of volunteering (e.g. sports clubs associated with firms) collapsed and people randomly lost their opportunities for volunteering. Based on a comparison of the change in subjective well-being of these people and of people from the control group who had no change in their volunteer status, the hypothesis is supported that volunteering is rewarding in terms of higher life satisfaction. In his book Flourish: A Visionary New Understanding of Happiness and Well-being, University of Pennsylvania professor Martin Seligman explains that helping others can improve our own lives: …we scientists have found that doing a kindness produces the single most reliable momentary increase in well-being of any exercise we have tested. 7. Practice smiling – it can alleviate pain Smiling itself can make us feel better, but it's more effective when we back it up with positive thoughts, according to this study: A new study led by a Michigan State University business scholar suggests customer-service workers who fake smile throughout the day worsen their mood and withdraw from work, affecting productivity. But workers who smile as a result of cultivating positive thoughts – such as a tropical vacation or a child's recital – improve their mood and withdraw less. Of course it's important to practice “real smiles” where you use your eye sockets. It's very easy to spot the difference: According to PsyBlog, smiling can improve our attention and help us perform better on cognitive tasks: Smiling makes us feel good which also increases our attentional flexibility and our ability to think holistically. When this idea was tested by Johnson et al. (2010), the results showed that participants who smiled performed better on attentional tasks which required seeing the whole forest rather than just the trees. A smile is also a good way to alleviate some of the pain we feel in troubling circumstances: Smiling is one way to reduce the distress caused by an upsetting situation. Psychologists call this the facial feedback hypothesis. Even forcing a smile when we don't feel like it is enough to lift our mood slightly (this is one example of embodied cognition). One of our previous posts goes into even more detail about the science of smiling. 8. Plan a trip – but don't take one As opposed to actually taking a holiday, it seems that planning a vacation or just a break from work can improve our happiness. A study published in the journal, Applied Research in Quality of Life showed that the highest spike in happiness came during the planning stage of a vacation as employees enjoyed the sense of anticipation: In the study, the effect of vacation anticipation boosted happiness for eight weeks. After the vacation, happiness quickly dropped back to baseline levels for most people. Shawn Achor has some info for us on this point, as well: One study found that people who just thought about watching their favorite movie actually raised their endorphin levels by 27 percent. If you can't take the time for a vacation right now, or even a night out with friends, put something on the calendar—even if it's a month or a year down the road. Then whenever you need a boost of happiness, remind yourself about it. 9. Meditate – rewire your brain for happiness Meditation is often touted as an important habit for improving focus, clarity and attention span, as well as helping to keep you calm. It turns out it's also useful for improving your happiness: In one study, a research team from Massachusetts General Hospital looked at the brain scans of 16 people before and after they participated in an eight-week course in mindfulness meditation. The study, published in the January issue of Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, concluded that after completing the course, parts of the participants' brains associated with compassion and self-awareness grew, and parts associated with stress shrank. Meditation literally clears your mind and calms you down, it's been often proven to be the single most effective way to live a happier live. I believe that this graphic explains it the best: According to Shawn Achor, meditation can actually make you happier long-term: Studies show that in the minutes right after meditating, we experience feelings of calm and contentment, as well as heightened awareness and empathy. And, research even shows that regular meditation can permanently rewire the brain to raise levels of happiness. The fact that we can actually alter our brain structure through mediation is most surprising to me and somewhat reassuring that however we feel and think today isn't permanent. 10. Practice gratitude – increase both happiness and life satisfaction Read more at: http://www.social-consciousness.com/2013/10/ten-simple-things-you-can-do-today-that-will-make-you-happier-backed-by-science.html Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SocialConsciousness
Short breaks of physical activity can do wonders for the human body. Check out this scan of a human brain after 20 minutes of walking! #teachers #fitness
COOL! Backed By Science | >> Daily quiet time spent in prayer conversation with God incorporates a lot of these simple things :) "But his delight is in the law of the LORD, And in His law he meditates day and night." Psalm 1:2 See also http://www.openbible.info/topics/meditation
The Mental Health Benefits Of Exercise
Variations on games like Freeze Tag and Simon Says require relatively high levels of executive function, testing a child’s ability to pay attention, remember rules and exhibit self-control — qualities that also predict academic success.
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engaging kids games
Simon Says Don't Use Flashcards
For group work!! Sounds an alarm when the noise from your kids, classroom or office goes over a certain number of decibels.
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it's an app that sounds an alarm when noise levels get a above a set decibel point
Great Classroom Management ideas! This lists includes the app Noise Down, which will automatically sound an alarm when the decibel level gets too high. | 37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks
When teaching groups, things can get out of control. When that happens it's nice to have a standard for getting their attention. Here is an idea for having a specific alarm when the noise from your students and classroom goes over a certain number of decibels. When they hear it they know what it means. Don't waste your voice! #piano #teach #tool #app
Noise Down - sound manager alarm app
Virtual Field Trips Around the World- Kid World Citizen. A way to have students learn about foreign places and cultural customs from all over the world and be able to make connections among all these new places and customs.
Virtual Field Trips- This is a great collection of resources for virtual field trips around the world. It is impossible to take a field trip around the world, but teachers can bring the world into the classroom to make social studies relevant and relatable to the students.
this would be great for history/ geography
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Using the Web to Take Virtual Field Trips
Too much energy? This site is great for when your students have the wiggles and for inside recess.
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@Unna Lakshmanan shares tips and tricks for channeling classroom energy with GoNoodle #brainbreaks!
Too much energy? This site is great for when your students have the wiggles and for inside recess.
Super fun idea for brain breaks and inside recess! FREE!
Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Too much energy?
Top 20 Blog Posts from Raki's Rad Resources of 2014
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Raki's Rad Resources: 20 Best Posts of 2014
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Put the pictures of the snow in logical order, Miss Petra nursery idea, winter theme for preschoolers, Snowman sequence free printable.
Leg de plaatjes van de sneeuw in logische volgorde , juf Petra van kleuteridee, thema winter voor kleuters, Snowman sequence free printable.
Log reeks sneeuwman
Sensory Activities that Help with Focus
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5 Sensory Activities that Help with Focus and blog to follow.
Organizing Your Child's Study Space
How to Create a Homework Station That Works for Your Kid
**NEW POST** A Golden Key to Successful Homework Completion “Did you do your homework?” Sound familiar? Well, it is that time of year again - school books, pencils, homework, and report cards… school is back in ... Here are several things you can do to make homework time less stressful and more enjoyable this year, In sha Allah. Read more: proms.ly/1aJPZcz May Allaah help all of us to become disciplined in every aspect of our lives! Aameen!
How to complete math homework successfully
5 Sensory Activities that Help with Focus
20 Brain Break clips from Teach.Train.Love (Best part- She put them through a student-friendly filter so no images or text will pop up like they do on YouTube!)