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5 Changes That Saved My Sanity It might sound dramatic, but it's true…My life CHANGED when I implemented this early finisher system. It was incredibly low prep (I could prep it once every month or two and be good to go), the kids were constantly working on meaningful assignments, and I no longer had children interrupting me asking what they should be doing. There were two parts to this system, and you can really implement it any way you want to, with any resources you want, so long as you have an early finisher system of some sort. First, I used my task card system. If you read my task card blog, you probably read my popular post about using task cards for early finishers (If you haven't, you can read about it HERE and see how I updated it for the holidays HERE).

Non-verbal classroom management tips This is the second post in the new series I’m introducing on The Cornerstone called Real Teachers, Real Tips. Each month, I’ll invite one educator to share a few classroom management tips that have worked in his or her classroom. I’m hoping to feature a wide cross-section of teachers from all different parts of the world, at all different grade levels, in all different teaching scenarios. Want to be featured here? Just fill out the guest blog form! August’s featured teacher is Tammi Pittaro, a super talented educator who’s been in the field for 35 years!! 60 iPad Productivity Apps For Modern Teachers 60 iPad Productivity Apps For Modern, Mobile Teachers by TeachThought Staff In the conversation around teacher quality and performance, crucially missing is the notion of time. Simply put: Teachers. Don’t. Have.

Transition Time.... It's like Hammer Time for the Classroom No.... not really but it got you to click, right?! Hiya there Peepers Shuna here I hope everyone is getting settled into the new school year. 32 Maps That Will Teach You Something New About the World Our world is a complex network of people, places and things. Maps are a great tool and can help us understand how we are all connected. Below you will find a collection of informative maps that will hopefully teach you something new and give you a fresh perspective of our amazing planet and those that inhabit it. 1. If You’re on the Beach, This is What’s Across the Ocean

UPDATE: 36 Digital Formative Assessment Tools for the Classroom If you’ve followed our blog here at Teach Learn Grow, you know that we’re a huge proponent of formative assessment. There is no shortage of formative assessment techniques available to teachers to use in their classroom. They provide teachers the valuable feedback they need to adjust their teaching so student learning moves forward. Add to the many techniques the digital tools available these days in smartphones and tablets, and formative assessment becomes easier than ever to implement. A Place for Learning: The Physical Environment of Classrooms I was supervising a teacher who was enrolled in our program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst that focused on developing student self-knowledge, ego strength, trust and community in classrooms. We had created a manual with over 50 classroom lessons. She was teaching at a high school in an economically depressed district in northern Appalachia. She called me in a state of frustration. "I've used dozens of the exercises you guys developed, and they're not the least bit interested. There's no sense of community, and the trust level is non-existent.

I'm done! Now what? {Famous words} We all heard our students say "I'm done? Now what should I do?" It is enough to drive you insane. You are trying to give your attention to the student who need it the most, but what about those students who work at a quicker pace than the rest.

What If All 7.1 Billion People Moved To Tunisia? I’ve always been interested in the distribution of the human population across the globe. It’s far from an even spread—this map shows where people are most squished in (dark colors) and where they’re spread out (light colors): And the East Asian countries in particular are so jam-packed with people that there’s this insane fact: Comics in the Classroom: Why Comics? Throughout the month of August, Teach.com and Reading With Pictures are bringing you Comics in the Classroom, a blog series about using comics in education, including why graphic novels are complex texts as defined by the Common Core Standards, how to use graphic texts to teach in the content areas, how and where to find the best graphic texts, and more. We hope you’ll join us and bring the power of comics to your classroom! The following guest post is written by Tracy Edmunds, M.A., Curriculum Manger at Reading With Pictures “It always strikes me as supremely odd that high culture venerates the written word on the one hand, and the fine visual arts on the other. Yet somehow putting the two together is dismissed as juvenilia.

'FROZEN' Silly Putty My kids are mad for two things, Silly Putty and at the moment the ‘Frozen’ Movie! I have plenty of experience with Silly Putty, so I thought I would put a special, surprise twist on it, much to my daughter’s delight… ‘FROZEN Silly Putty’! To make your own you will need: 1 bottle of Clear School Glue (147ml)

Welcome to My Classroom Pictures & My Prize Pass Catalog FREEBIE! Omigosh! I'm feeling a bit exhausted! I've been hitting it hard in the classroom and still not quite ready. I keep finding piles of unorganized "stuff" everywhere I look! BUT...I am soooo excited to finally have my Wild DIY Door Canopy hung up! What do you think?

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