We are all looking for teacher time-saving tips. I have compiled my most favourite ideas in this blog post to help teachers save time so they have more time to spend with the people they love. This blog post contains affiliate links that are of no cost to the reader.
Month: December 2020
Finding a new teaching job after a move can be stressful and exhausting. One of the great things about being a teacher is that teaching is not a location-dependent profession. If your spouse’s job moves you cross-country, if family ties are pulling you back to the area you grew up
Word walls are often forgotten about for middle and high school classrooms. However, they are highly effective in helping students remember their learning. Read below to find out more about this great teaching strategy. How Do Word Walls Work? Make a space in your room that you will dedicate to
It is important that teachers are aware of and use inclusive teaching strategies in their daily lesson plans. Classrooms today are very diverse places. The most common example of student diversity is the academic ability levels of your students. In my district, a full-inclusion model is a standard for classes
Use this middle school Hanukkah lesson to help your students learn about this holiday. Hanukkah is a very important holiday to those of the Jewish faith, but finding engaging middle school lesson plans about it can be very difficult. Hanukkah, also sometimes known as the Festival of Lights, includes important
Finding middle school Christmas activities does not need to be a challenge. Look through this blog post to find Christmas activities that are broken into two categories: curriculum-related and fun activities. These activities are great for the whole month of December. You will also find ideas for Christmas reading activities