Month: May 2019

The Value of Unique Novel Selection

  Unique novel selection is one of the greatest gifts we can give our students. Today’s blog post is written by Rebecca Gettelman who is a middle and high school teacher from the Midwest. She has been teaching for over eleven years. She has resources in her TPT Store for

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Middle School Book Recommendations

Middle school book recommendations are important so that teachers can find excellent books to share with their students. Teachers are always on the lookout for the next great book to add to their classrooms. In this blog post, I have linked amazing middle school book recommendations. Bookmark this blog post

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Teaching middle school students can be challenging unless you develop the right mindset. Check out these ten tips for teaching middle school students from 2 Peas and a Dog. #middleschool #newteachers #classroommanagement

10 Tips For Teaching Middle School Students

Teaching middle school students can be challenging unless you develop the right mindset. They are not elementary school students nor are they ready for high school so you have these three middle years that they need a bit of both elementary school magic and high school independence building. Check out

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Free Pizza Book Review

The novel “Free Pizza” by G.C. McRae was sent to me for review. The only compensation I received for writing this review was a copy of the novel. Summary: Brian is your average middle school kid except he has a secret that hasn’t shared with anyone – he’s adopted. He

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Teacher burnout is real and happens frequently to teachers in any year of teaching. Here is a list of home and school strategies you can try to help you avoid teacher burnout. #teachers #education #teacherburnout #healthyteachers

Strategies To Avoid Teacher Burnout

Teacher burnout is real and happens frequently to teachers in any year of teaching. It is not just a first five years phenomenon. I have definitely felt the symptoms of teacher burnout in my career, and I have seen colleagues ignore their symptoms. I have compiled a list of home

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Best End of the Year Teacher Resources

Finding quality end of the year teacher resources can be challenging. Has the end of the year ever snuck up on you, despite having a whole school year to prepare for it?   You’re not alone! To help you sail smoothly through the end of the school year I’ve gathered up

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