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Month: July 2016

5 ideas for student art portfolios from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

Storing Student Art

Art looks great in a classroom and it is a fun subject to teach, but it can be hard to figure out how to store all of the artwork your students work on over the year. I send home each assignment after it has been displayed in the classroom or

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New and exciting back to school ideas and activities for middle and high school teachers from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

Back to School Ideas for Middle and High School Teachers

Back to school brings fresh ideas to the classroom. Lots of teachers shared their thoughts and back to school ideas on engaging in activities to make the transition from summer to school more enjoyable for students during this Twitter chat. Teachers are using their summers to prepare for their upcoming

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5 Useful Back to School Tips For Teachers

It is almost time for teachers to either go back to school or start the back to school planning process. This blog post will provide five useful  back to school tips for teachers that any teacher can use and share. Disclaimer: EdTech Software provided me with compensation in exchange for

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Teacher Life Hack Reuse Product Packaging

Najda from Garden Full of Knowledge shared this great teacher life hack about re-purposing tea storage containers. Our family loves tea.  We drink all types of tea.  Sometimes, Costco brings in a selection of specialty teas in these fancy tea boxes.  So, of course I can’t resist.  I get to

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