How To Make Worksheets For Your Classroom (Or TeacherPayTeachers)
I’ve had numerous people ask me recently to teach them how to make worksheets for their classroom and products for TeachersPayTeachers. Being a visual learner myself, I decided to lay it out …
An Interesting Infographic Featuring 20 of The Best YouTube Channels for Math Teachers (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning)
An Interesting Infographic Featuring 20 of The Best YouTube Channels for Math Teachers, an education post from the blog Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on Bloglovin’
Assessing Math Centers - Teaching with Jennifer Findley
Assessing math centers can be daunting but it doesn't have to be! Read this post for tips and freebies to help you assess math center work.
Algebra and Beyond
TEACHER: And that is how you find the MIN/MAX on your calculator. *BOOM* Drop the mic! STUDENT: What do I put in Y1? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ No more of this! Give your students a great reference sheet to put in their notebook and NEVER ask you the keystrokes again!
7 Hacks for Google Classroom - Teacher Tech
I love using Google Classroom. It solves the sharing permissions problem when using Google Docs and makes it so easy for me to find all student work in
5 Simple Ways to Connect with Students and Build Relationships
5 easy and quick ways to build relationships with kids every day. Being connected with students helps teachers maintain positive classroom management and behavior.
Organizing Student Notebooks with Dividers (Math in the Middle)
Today I’m sharing my newest step towards improved organization in the classroom: notebook divider tabs. (I got the idea from a blog post by Sarah Carter and knew that I wanted to modify them to work f
I love strategies that allow the students to activity work, get immediate feedback, and give me the opportunity to help my more struggling learners. One of the greatest strategies is the "Round Robin". To create a round robin... I cut in half bright colored sheets of paper, in the example below there were 21 of them all together. On the first card you write a problem or question you want to students to answer. On the second card you write your next question, but in the bottom right hand…
Decorating the Secondary Math Classroom - Math in the Middle
I won’t actually be able to get into my classroom for a few more weeks but I figured I’d share my plans for classroom decorations now… Every year I do the same “theme” if you can even call it that – black bulletin boards with bright pops of color. I’m a creature of habit soRead more about Decorating the Secondary Math Classroom[...]