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Can your kids sift the TRUTH from a TALL TALE? The ability to distinguish between fact and fiction has never been more important. Come watch over my shoulder as I teach a class of 7th graders to ferret out information about online sources. I also give concrete steps to do your own investigative work, talking points and a mini lesson to get you started at home. #homeschooling #informationliteracy #medialiteracy #criticalthinking #ELA #Socialstudies #librarymedia #homeschool #middleschool
Lesson planning is like planning a party - the more effort, attention, time, and care you put into lesson planning as a teacher, the more likely you'll deliver it effectively to your students. Here are 7 highly effective ways to plan a lesson and why it's so important to put forth the effort necessary to do it well to build consistency, organization, and efficiency as a teacher.
Whether you teach language arts, social studies, math, science, or electives, you can incorporate and add social-emotional learning in your middle school and high school classrooms consistently. This article shares step-by-step ways to systematically add social-emotional content to your lessons in various subject areas.
You get quite a few emails as a school teacher. Emailing has become one of the most commonly used ways to communicate with students, parents, fellow teachers, school administrators, and all others involved in the education system. Learn how to become a better communicator through email and organize your inbox more effectively.
Get a very real and honest perspective from a public school administrator on the advantages and disadvantages of getting a job as a school administrator, such as an assistant principal, coordinator, principal, supervisor, and school-level director.
Classroom Organization Checklist - use this on a weekly basis or once each semester or trimester to keep your classroom orderly, clutter-free, neat, and in top-notch shape! Students will learn more in an organized environment that is free of distractions. Teachers will save time and find more efficiency in an organized classroom!
This was my most popular downloadable document in 2022. Most teachers preferred the design of the PDF version but I don't; I like the Power Point version (which comes with the downloadable). #topteacherresources #teacherresources #teachertips #teachertipsandtricks #lessonplan #lessonplanning #lessonplantemplate #lessonplanningtemplate
In this video, I talk about how I transitioned into teaching from being a classified employeeback in early 2013. I explain my specific steps & give tips that will help others transition into elementary, middle school, or high school teaching positions. The quality of the video is not what I expected but the content is great! #careerchange #transitionintoteaching #teachingjobs #becomingateacher
This short video teaches you how to use flashcards effectively to study for math exams. Whether in college, high school, middle school, studying for the GRE, AP Stats, AP Calculus, IB Math, CSETS, Trigonometry, use flashcards as an awesome technique. #mathexams #mathtests #studyingtips #studytechniques #studytips #studytipsforexams #studytipsforstudents