Are you looking for new ways to keep your students engaged during literacy centers? In this post I share 12 different centers you could use in your classroom! Pick a few to freshen up your centers today!
"Calm, neutral, assertive." Do you think about the tone of voice you use with your students?
Edutopia There's a particular tone of voice great classroom managers use. Here's what it sounds like and why "the teachers who get the best responses from kids are the ones that have mastered it." ... See MoreSee Less
It's never too late to set goals with your students! These read alouds are a powerful way to help guide students as they set goals and make a plan to achieve them! #growthmindset #goalsetting ... See MoreSee Less
Read alouds in the growth oriented classroom are a powerful way for students to learn how to set goals and create a plan for achieving them. Teaching by way of a mentor text helps learners to see how people who set and achieve goals demonstrate perseverance and grit through the process. Goal setting...
Are you planning a "Long Ago and Today" or an "All About" unit? If so, you'll want to check out this post where I share ideas and FREE resources you won't wanna miss! #socialstudies #allabout ... See MoreSee Less
Teachers may want to consider adding their job description to their dating profile. Pearson, the educational publishing group, surveyed students about what qualities they look for in a good teacher—and the results are awfully similar to what traits people want in a life partner. Teachers (well, go...