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Month: February 2016

Teacher Life Hacks Flipboard App

Leah from leahcleary.com shared this great teacher life hack for keeping up with current events. As a sociology and world history teacher, I need to keep up with the news, and I need to dig deeper than the front page or just three or four sources. But as a wife,

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10 Tips for Dressing Well on a Teacher Budget

Teacher budgets are tight. We do not have a lot of extra cash each month. All over Instagram, I see teacher fashion influencers. I want all the clothes; however, my teacher’s salary does not allow me to have a lot of teacher fashion pieces. Teachers are professionals; therefore, it is

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4 practical ideas for using technology to encourage parent-teacher communication from the 2 Peas and Dog blog.

Using Technology to Encourage Parent-Teacher Communication

Technology has dramatically changed the way we teach. Students and teachers can now collaborate with peers around the globe instantly. This collaboration adds an authenticity and engagement to lessons. Another important use of technology is for parent-teacher communication. This is a very important part of classroom life that can benefit

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Help all students be successful with these ready to use inclusion (special education) ideas for the ELA classroom.

Helpful ELA Classroom Inclusion Strategies

This week’s #2ndaryELA Twitter chat focused on ELA classroom inclusion strategies . During this chat teachers shared their ideas and inclusion strategies that they use every day in their classrooms. Q1: What does inclusion look like in your classroom? In your school? The majority of SpEd students in our school

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It is important to keep learners engaged in their ELA subject material by creating cross-curricular lessons. Students are more likely to see a purpose for their learning if it can be used in other classes from 2 Peas and a Dog.

Cross-Curricular Learning in the ELA Classroom

Cross-curricular learning is key to helping students develop their thinking skills. It is important to keep learners engaged in their ELA subject material by creating cross-curricular lessons. Students are more likely to see a purpose for their learning if it can be used in other classes. It is important that

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Teacher Life Hack Tidy Tubs

Arisbeth @ Sailing Into Second had this great idea to keep her floors tidy while her students were putting together their interactive notebook pages. She provides each group with a tidy tub to put their scraps into. At the end of the period, one person from each group dumps the bucket

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