Month: May 2020
Being a new teacher is harder than anyone will admit. I remember my first year as a teacher, I had a 1+ hour commute each way on long country roads and cell phone service was quite spotty on my route. I was teaching a mixed-exceptionalities classroom which was code for
This is a list of teacher recommended World War Two themed novels for middle school students. These would be great additions to your classroom library or something to suggest your school librarian purchase. This blog post contains affiliate links which are of no cost to the reader. If you make a
Use these highly engaging digital end of the year activities to finish your school year with your classes.
Entrance and exit tickets are a fantastic way to get the status of your class quickly. No one has time to create and give a quiz or a test every day to check their students’ understanding. This strategy is also known as bellwork, but this takes bellwork and gives it