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Ending your school year on a high note JUST GOT EASIER! Join the challenge! Begin planning and preparing for the end of the school year so that you won’t feel frustrated or overwhelmed! end of the year Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, First Year Teaching, Teaching Schools, Teacher Lesson Plans

End-of-the-school-year Sanity Saver

The End-of-the-year Sanity Saver is a quick but impactful course that will take away the surprises and stress from the end of the year and guarantee a restful summer https://teachersneedteachers.com/eoty end of the year | end of the school year | end of the school year activities | end of the year ideas | beginning teacher | new teacher | student teacher | teaching ideas |

A new teacher may find themselves wondering if they made the right decision. If they want to succeed in education, they need to have the right mindset. new teacher Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, First Year Teaching, Teaching Kindergarten

Do you have the right mindset to make it as a new teacher?

A new teacher may find themselves wondering if they made the right decision. If they want to succeed in education, they need to have the right mindset. new teacher | beginning teacher | beginning teacher tips | teaching | teaching mindset | mindset for te

Are your grading policies serving your students? Grades should reflect student learning and progress, not their ability to meet deadlines. Teacher Blogs, Teacher Resources, Classroom Resources, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Design, Google Classroom, Math Teacher, Future Classroom, Teaching Philosophy

Grading your gradebook: reconsidering grading methods to improve student outcomes

Are your grading policies serving your students? Grades should reflect student learning and progress, not their ability to meet deadlines. standards based grading | grading methods | how I grade | why I grade | what is the point of grades | how to grade

Writing introductions is an essential skill that many students struggle to master. The funnel method is the easiest way to teach introductions that amp up your students' writing, while giving them a structure that is easy to remember. Grab my funnel metho Writing Strategies, Writing Resources, Teaching Strategies, Classroom Resources, Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Expository Writing, Informational Writing

Writing introductions with the funnel method

Writing introductions is an essential skill that many students struggle to master. The funnel method is the easiest way to teach introductions that amp up your students' writing, while giving them a structure that is easy to remember. Grab my funnel metho

What to do when you get an angry parent email As teachers, it's inevitable to have parents upset with us from time to time. Here's a tried and true method for resolving those conflicts. Teacher Blogs, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Resources, Teacher Stuff, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Ideas

What to do when you get an angry parent email

As teachers, it's inevitable to have parents upset with us from time to time. Here's a tried and true method for resolving those conflicts. parent emails | parent communication | angry emails | angry parent | solving conflict

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Writing introductions with the funnel method

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New teachers are so overwhelmed with everything they have to do. Here's how to get more done during your school day so you can spend less time working at home. new teacher Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Learning Log, Teacher Evaluation, First Year Teaching, Professional Development For Teachers

How I get more done with the little time I have

New teachers are so overwhelmed with everything they have to do. Here's how to get more done during your school day so you can spend less time working at home. new teacher | new teachers | new teacher tips | beginning teacher | first year teacher | first

Teaching writing persuasive essays lesson Persuasive writing is an, for their persuasive essay. Argumentative Essay Topics, Writing A Persuasive Essay, Pre Writing, Teaching Writing, Academic Writing, Opinion Writing, Writing Workshop, Teaching Ideas, Writing Strategies

Distance Learning Argumentative Essay Writing Resources: Free Graphic Organizer!

Click to get a free graphic organizer with writing checklist for planning and pre-writing of argumentative or persuasive essays!

A step-by-step guide on the basics to getting started on Google Docs. Includes 4 handouts on how to insert images and tables, save, share and make a copy and so on. Handouts are followed by two interactive practice activities students can do independently or in small groups. Interactive Activities, Math Resources, Classroom Resources, Interactive Design, Academic Essay Writing, Essay Writing Tips, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, High School Writing

GOOGLE DOCS "HOW-TO" GUIDE & INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES

A step-by-step guide on the basics to getting started on Google Docs. Includes 4 handouts on how to insert images and tables, save, share and make a copy and so on. Handouts are followed by two interactive practice activities students can do independently or in small groups.

This fun second grade activity covers compound sentences. Students discern between simple and compound sentences. These are rigorous too. Use these in your second grade centers or for differentiating instruction in first grade classrooms. How To Teach Grammar, Teaching Grammar, Grammar Lesson Plans, Grammar Lessons, Grammar Activities, Writing Activities, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources

Compound Sentences Activity: 2nd Grade Grammar Task Cards Bundle

Looking for something to teach compound sentences with that is geared just for 2nd grade? These task cards cover this important grammar concept. You can use them in a center for extra practice. Students distinguish between simple and compound sentences. It also challenges them to some higher order thinking by having to combine sentences. These were made with second grade in mind, but they can also be used in 3rd grade too.

Do you struggle to get your students to turn in their homework at times? After the constant battle with my students I came up with a tried and true method for not only collecting homework but keeping track of those who didn't turn things in with a FREE Ho Math Resources, Math Activities, Classroom Resources, Classroom Ideas, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Methods, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, No Homework Policy

Homework Policy Made Simple • Smith Curriculum and Consulting

Do you struggle to get your students to turn in their homework at times? After the constant battle with my students I came up with a tried and true method for not only collecting homework but keeping track of those who didn't turn things in with a FREE Homework Excuse Slip! #free #homework #middleschool

New teachers are so overwhelmed with everything they have to do. Here's how to get more done during your school day so you can spend less time working at home. new teacher Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Learning Log, Teacher Evaluation, First Year Teaching, Professional Development For Teachers

How I get more done with the little time I have

New teachers are so overwhelmed with everything they have to do. Here's how to get more done during your school day so you can spend less time working at home. new teacher | new teachers | new teacher tips | beginning teacher | first year teacher | first

An exciting Growth Mindset Escape Room Activity for your classroom! Perfect for grade grade grade grade and grade. Growth Mindset Lessons, Growth Mindset Classroom, Growth Mindset Activities, Teaching Philosophy, Social Studies Activities, History Activities, First Year Teaching, Meet The Teacher, Student Teacher

Home - Think Tank Teacher

An exciting Growth Mindset Escape Room Activity for your classroom! Perfect for 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade and 8th grade. FREE!!!

FREE -- Practice adding within 20 with this Christmas tree addition center. Senses Activities, Subtraction Activities, Math Activities, Free Teaching Resources, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Methods, Classroom Resources, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education

Christmas Addition Center

FREE -- Practice adding within 20 with this Christmas tree addition center. #freebie #christmas #addition #mathcenter #kindergarten #firstgrade

Figurative Language Sort : 100 Card Sorting Game by Read Relevant 6th Grade Ela, 5th Grade Reading, Fourth Grade, Third Grade, Sixth Grade, Grade 3, Middle School Ela, Middle School English, High School

Figurative Language Sort Activity 100 Card Sorting Game Simile, Metaphor & more

Use this fun and interactive sorting game to review and reinforce figurative language. These 100 cards each have examples of figurative language taken from real YA literature. Students will sort them into seven categories: metaphors, similes, personificat

Are you getting ready to teach your students to compare and contrast? It& very important to have the right materials on hand. Here are some of my favorite books to use when teaching students to compare and contrast. Comprehension Strategies, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Reading Lessons, Math Lessons, 4th Grade Reading, Guided Reading

Books for Teaching Students to Compare and Contrast

Are you getting ready to teach your students to compare and contrast? It's very important to have the right materials on hand. Here are some of my favorite books to use when teaching students to compare and contrast.