Are you ready for another exciting new school year? Are you looking for new ways to improve your classroom setup, organization, or planning for the year? The Back-to-School Bootcamp is exactly what you need to get you off to a great start for a new school year! This virtual 3-day
Are you ready for a new school year? As the end of summer is approaching, you may be thinking about how to get yourself more organized and prepared for the new school year ahead. Many ideas of how to make the new school year the best one yet might be
It’s time to take back the classroom. Too often we hear of teachers that teach 90% of their day with their students staying in one spot. And we get it, the chaos that ensues from moving around can be overwhelming, to say the least. But we also know there is
Meeting with each small group every day allows me to see exactly where my students need help. I can easily check in with each one individually and help them work through a misconception or a struggle as we work on the day’s math objective together.
Understanding fractions is one of the most common math struggles for young learners. There are a few reasons this might be the case, and in today’s blog post, I want to give you some concrete methods and fun interactive activities for teaching fractions. These methods and activities can be used even if you are teaching virtually.
If you’re still doing spelling tests the traditional way—from a list of 10 words that you have students memorize each week before a Friday assessment, it’s time to let that go, my friend!
Teachers are always innovative and quick to solve problems, and that couldn’t be more true these days! Here are some of the best tips and tricks I’ve come across for teaching math virtually. Many of these can also work for your face-to-face classroom as you limit the sharing of materials.
I don’t know about you, but my computer’s desktop can quickly become a big, cluttered mess. Random screenshots, files I haven’t put anywhere yet, stuff I’ve been meaning to get to but forget about…My solution? I designed a custom desktop template!
Author: Simone Vega, M.Ed In the state of California, our yearly state testing is called the CAASPP. Before my students take the CAASPP, I want to make sure they are as prepared and confident as they can be, so I backward plan my questioning strategies. I try and mimic the