This would be a very fun activity the first week of school! Teacher says a statement (ex. Switch sides if you like hot dogs more than pizza.) and the students either stay or move. The kids could also talk about why they did/didn't move. Fun back to school ice breaker!

This would be a very fun activity the first week of school! Teacher says a statement (ex. Switch sides if you like hot dogs more than pizza.) and the students either stay or move. The kids could also talk about why they did/didn't move. Fun back to school

How to deal with co-workers who constantly complain | The Cornerstone

How to deal with co-workers who constantly complain

How to deal with co-workers who constantly complain Great tips! Goodness knows I can gripe with the best of them. Our team has the right balance of encouragement/support & blah blah is driving me crazy venting.

The best attitude to have when communicating with parents | Teach 4 the Heart

What to Do With the Parent Who’s Driving You Crazy

While conventional wisdom is to always dress professionally, reality is not quite so clear. Sometimes professional dress is critical while other times it's really more optional.

Did your students struggle with group work last year? Try these easy tips next year (as a bonus, these ideas also consider the impact of gender and group roles).

TEST 20 Collaborative Learning Tips And Strategies For Teachers by Miriam Clifford This post has been updated from a 2011 post.

The Science of Classroom Design #Infographic #Education

The Science of Classroom Design #Infographic

5 innovative classroom design ideas for high school, which can help teachers, parents and school administrators, understand the power of innovative classroom design and environments.

Learn All About Google Keep with this Google Keep Cheat Sheet! Hooray! I have a brand new Google Keep Cheat Sheet for Teachers and Students! Use this cheat sheet to find all of the awesome features of this amazing digital tool. (Now, say it three times fast: Google Keep Cheat Sheet!) What is Google Keep? …

Google Keep CHEAT SHEET for Teachers and Students - FREE DOWNLOAD

Learn All About Google Keep with this Google Keep Cheat Sheet! Hooray! I have a brand new Google Keep Cheat Sheet for Teachers and Students! Use this cheat sheet to find all of the awesome features of this amazing digital tool. (Now, say it three times fast: Google Keep Cheat Sheet!) What is Google Keep? …

Truth. Yes, some teachers may cause minor problems in specific classrooms, but the large majority is trying to improve the system one step at a time, even though most large decisions are up to administration, the school board, and local and federal government, which we can't do much about.

Blaming teachers for the problems in education is like blaming doctors for people getting sick. SO TRUE! and yet people sometimes do blame doctors when they get sick.

Metacognition: Helping Students Assess Their Own Learning

Metacognition: Helping Students Assess Their Own Learning (Light Bulbs and Laughter)

YouTube Settings Teachers and Students Need to Know About - Lee, MO, United States, ASCD EDge Blog post - A Professional Networking Community for Educators

Educational Leadership:Giving Students Meaningful Work:Seven Essentials for Project-Based Learning

End of Year Wordle. Have each student describe everyone in one word each, then type into Wordle and they have their own poster to take home at the end of the year! Might do this with memories instead...

A site called Wordle that creates the childs name in the center with adjectives describing the child all around it.

Apology of Action Chart for Responsive Classroom Lesson

Apology of Action Chart for Responsive Classroom Lesson

Apology of Action Chart for Responsive Classroom Lesson Like this as a help for love and logic, maybe as a starting point for the ones who have a hard time fixing problems?

The Science Spot: AMAZING is all I can say about this website. There are more resources for teachers and students then I can mention. Everything is PDF printable.  Science topics range from A-Z. Kid Zone and classroom technology workshops and training. Geared towards older grades, but definitely adaptable for the younger grade.

The Science Spot: Lessons, activities, teaching tips, project ideas at the middle school level

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