I love recommending books to my friends, family, colleagues, and students. Use this great books for teachers book list to find your next great read. This blog post contains affiliate links that are of no cost to the reader. If you make a purchase through the provided links this blog
If you are looking for fantastic books for teachers this season you need to check out the books on this list. One of my favourite book genres is the chick lit/beach reads genre. These books provide the reader with a romance-filled escape. I have compiled a list of 10 great
The inferencing teaching strategy is a great addition to any subjects’ lesson plans. People make inferences every day. It is important to teach this skill so students can become more proficient at this skill. How Does This Inferencing Teaching Strategy Work? Choose a topic. This could be something as broad
Professional development is a key part of a teacher’s career. Many districts require teachers to attend professional development regularly that may or may not be provided at the district or school level. I love opportunities when I can select a topic. I love virtual teacher professional development opportunities because I
It is important to get students excited about reading. One way to build their excitement is to have them create unboxing videos. Have you ever watched an unboxing video? You know, those videos where someone opens a package on camera. And that’s it. That’s the video. Though it may seem
It can be a challenge to find engaging books for middle school reluctant readers. This blog post provides a list of possible novels that will capture your students’ attention and encourage them to keep reading. This blog post contains affiliate links that are of no cost to the reader. If
Use these ready-to-go no-prep sub plans for middle school ELA classes. All the teacher needs to do is upload the sub plans to a secure online location and then students can complete the engaging before, during, and after reading/viewing activities. These lessons can be completed on paper or on the
The advent of the internet has drastically changed the way teachers teach and manage their classrooms. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed it even further. Teachers have had to adjust content in order to reach a range of students who are no longer sitting right there, in person, in the classroom.