It can happen to any teacher —– you go to bed feeling normal and you wake up feeling terrible. In those short hours of sleep, your body stopped fighting all those germs you brought home and raises the “it’s time to rest” flag. I try really hard to listen to
Month: May 2017
This week marks our final instalment in our End of the Year blog post series. This four-part series discussed: Week 1 End of the Year Classroom Management Week 2 Favourite End of the Year Lessons, Assignments and Units Week 3 Special End of the Year Activities For Students Week 4
Welcome to Season Two of the #2ndaryELA Tuesday night Twitter chats. Brynn Allison from The Literary Maven and Kristy Avis from 2 Peas and a Dog have teamed up to bring you spectacular professional development every Tuesday night from 8:00pm – 8:30pm (Eastern Standard Time). New To Twitter Chats? Read
The end of the year is once again upon us! How does this happen? Every year it arrives very fast after Spring Break. Many teacher bloggers have taken the time to share their thoughts on how to make the end of the year more manageable for teachers and
Brynn Allison, The Literary Maven & Kristy, 2 Peas and a Dog host #2ndaryELA on Twitter every Tuesday evening from 8 – 8:30 PM EST. #2ndaryELA is a weekly chat for secondary English Language Arts teachers focused on a topic. Every Sunday, we post the topic and questions on our blogs
End of the year is a time that approaches fast during the school year. For teachers it is like tax season for financial professionals – busy and chaotic. It is important to know that end of year madness can be tamed and turned into something more productive than stress and chaos.
Eleven teacher bloggers have taken the time to share their thoughts on how to make the end of the year more manageable for teachers. This week we are discussing our favourite end of the year lessons, assignments and units that we LOVE teaching at this time of year. This four-part