Lesson planning is a key skill. As teachers, we know that lesson planning takes up as much time as well allow. The tips below will help you develop a more efficient lesson planning system. I plan with the end in mind – meaning I plan out the entire unit before
Month: August 2018
Media literacy is a key skill students will need in life to be successful. My top priority in the classroom is helping students learn in a fun and safe environment. I love to integrate mass media sources into my daily lessons. Wait… what? Media literacy is one of the curriculum
Wondering about classroom uses for wrapping paper? Scroll down to read more. I love the teacher life hack series on this blog. This week Lisa from Chalkboard Superhero shares her great bulletin board tips. I’ve always loved using gift wrap on my bulletin boards, even as the borders! They always have such
First week of school activities – when a certain point in the summer hits, I know it is time for me to start planning for the new school year. Ah, Back to School! That wonderful time of year when teachers start gearing up to meet their new students, start decorating
Check out this list of 15 professional development books for English teachers.
Teens readers enjoy reading books that interest them and that they can relate to. It is important to encourage teen readers to continue this habit by providing them with access to interesting and engaging books. This book list for teen readers is a mix of new and old titles
This blog post contains links and summaries of some of the best 6th Grade books. Your students will enjoy reading these books in and outside of school. Links to Common Sense Media Reviews have been provided so you can see if these books would suit your school community. This