I love Outlook! Ok, maybe that's a little dramatic but it really helps me stay on top of things. I put everything in my schedule. I add reminders for appointments, trainings, meetings or what have you. The account is on my Android so my alerts pop up there as well. Teachers usually work off of … Continue reading Using Outlook for Maximum Efficiency
I got so tired of making copies and trying to keep up with absent student work. Being ADD I am all over the place and tend to miss a detail or two. So, my solution is a binder and paper coordinator. I have jobs for everything in my class. It supports responsibility, frees me up … Continue reading What to do about students losing copies of worksheets or they are absent?
This video is awesome for those of us who learned old school math... Understanding the "NEW MATH"
Looking for a great Back-to-School idea for your parents? This flipbook Powerpoint template is easy to make and user friendly for your parents to give them an overview of the new school year. Searching Pinterest for ideas you will find so many. But don't pay for someone else's file. Use the link below and "Save … Continue reading Back To School Resources
Knowing the types of learning styles (including your own) is important to learn about your students to reach all learners in your instruction. When I got my first teaching position I will never forget what my husband said. "Please, don't be one of those teachers who bore their students to death!" Those words have stuck … Continue reading Know the Learning Styles of Your Students
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