Today’s blog post about building classroom relationships through conversation is written by Rebecca Gettelman, who is a middle and high school teacher from the Midwest. She has been teaching for over eleven years. In this blog post, she shares her passion for getting students invested in their learning as
Month: November 2018
Holiday season survival is an important goal for many teachers. Last year, I wrote this Holiday Season Survival Guide , which received positive feedback from teachers so I created a second edition this year. Scroll down and stop at the subheading that appeals to you this holiday season. Happy Holidays! Advice
These Christmas lesson plans are fun and engaging for middle school students and will make your planning and prepping easier in December.
With the holiday season almost upon us, I thought I would share some gift ideas for the teachers in your life. These teachers might be co-workers, friends, or relatives. When I made this teacher gift guide I thought about products that I use daily. It was nearly impossible to find
It is amazing how far technology has come in today’s society. Now, teachers can differentiate using technology. Differentiation is key to ensuring our students are successful. With all of the technology many of our students have access to, it’s important that we utilize these tools to our benefit. Check out