24 Tips for New Teachers that Other Teachers Might Not Tell You - Created for Learning
It is okay to plan assignments that you aren’t going to grade. Be nice to your custodians. They deal with enough crap already. And vomit. Set firm boundaries between home life and work life, even if other teachers tell you it’s impossible. Use some of your sick days. Use them for rest. Use them to […]
Teach Outside the Box - Enlightening Young Engineers
PinShareTweet3K SharesHappy Fourth of July!! I’m at the lake with the fam and totally shouldn’t be blogging right now, but I can’t help myself. Don’t worry! I’ll make this short, sweet, and guaranteed to make you laugh! I discovered an app last night called Mematic that lets you create your own memes. Um, are you …
It's Getting HOT in Here! HEAT Activities!!
So, I'll be the first to admit that science is just not my subject....I think I'm fairly decent at teaching it, but I just don't love it. Fortunately, I think I'm pretty good at tricking my kids into thinking otherwise by acting so excited about all the "neat" things we learn about. One of our units we do each year is heat--fun! fun! :) If you haven't noticed already, I am ALL about flipbooks and foldables! I LOVE them! It allows the kiddos to take notes without the torture of....well, just…
Keyboard Shortcuts - Teacher Tech
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDtFSySflcU&feature=player_detailpage Link to Keyboard Shortcut Poster: http://goo.gl/3JWY8B Link to Mac Keyboard
Google Classroom Activities MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. Interactive Flip Book
Teach students about Martin Luther King Jr with this engaging 9 page flip book for Google Classroom. This MLK mini-unit is a perfect way to teach your 1st, 2nd & 3rd grade students about Martin Luther King Jr. and all of the wonderful things he did for civil rights and equality.
Printable Homework Check Off Sheet
Complete this document one time and make copies! You can use this homework check off sheet all year long to keep track of homework completion. ...
Hello Pinteresters!!! I get a lot of traffic from Pinterest by what I suspect are teachers looking for games to use in their classroom...