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Month: March 2022

3 Ways to Help Middle School Students Organize Their Thinking

Teaching middle school has shown me a few things. One of those things is that middle schoolers have various emotions and thoughts. Allowing our students to keep track of their thoughts is one beneficial way for them to relieve their stress and organize their thinking.  Graphic Organizers  Graphic organizers are

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Finding a Teaching Job

Finding a teaching job can be stressful.  It can seem an overwhelming task, so over the next few weeks, let’s break down the process into manageable steps and look at some helpful ideas and suggestions.  Today we will focus on finding job openings and possible teaching positions. This post was

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Grade 7 Geography Lessons

Are you looking for Grade 7 Geography lessons for the Ontario Curriculum?  I love teaching Geography and have created some engaging lessons for teachers who are required to teach this curriculum.  When I create lessons I think about how students learn best and what activities will engage them in their

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Poetry Unit Engagement

Do you find it challenging to create poetry unit engagement in your classroom? Poetry seems to be one of those topics that significantly divides both students and teachers into the “love it” and “hate it” categories.   While the “love it” students are naturally engaged in this common and often mandatory

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