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Articles, crafts, activities and resources for making the end of the school year a rich learning experience. CultofPedagogy.com

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The end of the year is approaching fast, you’ve already taught the entire curriculum, and you’re looking for something fun to fill those last few days. Have your students do a legacy project!

Legacy Projects – Ideas that Keep on Giving

The end of the year is approaching fast, you’ve already taught the entire curriculum, and you’re looking for something fun to fill those last few days. Have your students do a legacy project!

Should You Switch Grade Levels? - Help this teacher decide whether to make the switch. What are the pros and cons of teaching in elementary vs. Teaching First Grade, Teaching Kindergarten, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Resources, Teacher Inspiration, Classroom Inspiration, Classroom Ideas, Real Teacher, Teacher Stuff

Should You Switch Grade Levels? | Cult of Pedagogy

Help this teacher decide whether to make the switch. What are the pros and cons of teaching in elementary vs. secondary? CultofPedagogy.com

Cult of pedagogy - What to Do on Lame Duck School Days – Cult of pedagogy Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, School Classroom, School Teacher, Classroom Ideas, Lame Duck, Cult Of Pedagogy, Drama Teacher

What to Do on Lame Duck School Days | Cult of Pedagogy

Technically we’re still in school, but because it’s right before vacation, the end of the school year is near, or we’re in the middle of standardized testing, those class hours don’t have the same instructional potential as your average school day. On these Lame Duck days, it’s hard to figure out what we can do to still provide valuable learning experiences for our students. #CultofPedagogy

Angela Watson’s 7 part video series shares practical time-saving strategies and simple mindset shifts. Complete the series in just under an hour. Includes printable resources. #CultofPedagogyPin End Of School Year, Back To School, Cult Of Pedagogy, Health Teacher, Certificate Of Completion, Time Saving, Work Life Balance, Stressed Out, Stress Free

5 Summer Secretsfor a Stress-Free Fall

Angela Watson’s 7 part video series shares practical time-saving strategies and simple mindset shifts. Complete the series in just under an hour. Includes printable resources. #CultofPedagogyPin

What Should Your Teacher Book Club Read? (Cult of Pedagogy) Teacher Books, Your Teacher, Teacher Resources, Teacher Stuff, Book Club Reads, Book Club Books, Book Clubs, Cult Of Pedagogy, Professional Development For Teachers

What Should Your Teacher Book Club Read?

Start by figuring out what your goals are. You might try my Gut-Level Teacher Reflection exercise to pinpoint your most pressing needs. (FREE Download on my TPT Store) #CultofPedagogy

Should You Switch Grade Levels? - Help this teacher decide whether to make the switch. What are the pros and cons of teaching in elementary vs. Teaching First Grade, Teaching Kindergarten, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Resources, Teacher Inspiration, Classroom Inspiration, Classroom Ideas, Real Teacher, Teacher Stuff

Should You Switch Grade Levels?

Help this teacher decide whether to make the switch. What are the pros and cons of teaching in elementary vs. secondary? #CultofPedagogy

Student feedback is arguably the MOST important feedback you can get as a teacher. This simple form gives you a  printable PDF for gathering that feedback. Includes the original PowerPoint so you can edit it for your own specific needs. ELEMENTARY version appropriate for grades K-6. #CultofPedagogy Elementary Teacher, Upper Elementary, Cult Of Pedagogy, Feedback For Students, Teacher Boards, End Of School Year, Differentiation, Getting To Know You, Classroom Management

The "How's It Going?" Form: Elementary Level

Student feedback is arguably the MOST important feedback you can get as a teacher. This simple form gives you a printable PDF for gathering that feedback. Includes the original PowerPoint so you can edit it for your own specific needs. ELEMENTARY version appropriate for grades K-6. #CultofPedagogy

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The Gut-Level Teacher Reflection

This printable worksheet will help you mentally experience your physical classroom, your relationships with colleagues and students, and the quality of your professional development to identify key areas that are causing anxiety and concern, then set specific goals for improvement in areas YOU have identified as priorities. #CultofPedagogy

Student feedback is the MOST important feedback you can get as a teacher. This simple form gives you a printable PDF to gather that feedback. Includes the original PowerPoint so you can edit it for your own specific needs. SECONDARY/COLLEGE version for grades 7-12 and beyond. #CultofPedagogy Teacher Blogs, Teacher Resources, School Resources, Teacher Stuff, Student Survey, Feedback For Students, End Of School Year, Beginning Of School, High School

The "How's It Going?" Form: Secondary/College Level

Student feedback is the MOST important feedback you can get as a teacher. This simple form gives you a printable PDF to gather that feedback. Includes the original PowerPoint so you can edit it for your own specific needs. SECONDARY/COLLEGE version for grades 7-12 and beyond. #CultofPedagogy

Let your students choose one of these creative, hands-on projects to show their learning. End Of School Year, End Of Year, Cult Of Pedagogy, Ela Classroom, High School Students, Foundation, Hands, Activities, Education

6 Engaging End-of-Year Projects

Let your students choose one of these creative, hands-on projects to show their learning.

Teachers are in the home stretch! Summer is almost here. Focus on the tangible things teachers can do in these final weeks to provide students with closure, collect feedback, and embrace a fun routine that will keep them learning this summer. Home Stretch, Language Proficiency, Find A Book, Summer Books, End Of School Year, Finals Week, Blended Learning, Time Capsule, Good Books

The Balance: The Home Stretch

Teachers are in the home stretch! Summer is almost here. Focus on the tangible things teachers can do in these final weeks to provide students with closure, collect feedback, and embrace a fun routine that will keep them learning this summer.

Ending the school year virtually + crisis classroom closeout tips Teachers Toolbox, New Teachers, Teacher Resources, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, End Of Year Activities, Counseling Activities, School Counselor, School Teacher

Ending the school year virtually + crisis classroom closeout tips

I want to share some thoughts about closing out your school year virtually, for those whose schools aren’t reopening this spring. I’ll give you some virtual end-of-year activities to create closure for the year even when you can’t be face-to-face with your students. And, we’ll briefly cover the classroom closeout process. If you’re being given …

Celebrate the end of the school year in your middle school ELA or high school English classroom with these fun and engaging end of the year activities. These end of the year activities are perfect for the last day and last week of school. Middle School Activities, End Of Year Activities, Middle School Ela, End Of School Year, High School Classroom, English Classroom, High School Ice Breakers, English Lessons, Teacher Resources

End of the Year Activities and Resources for the Middle School and High School Classroom

After the end of a long and productive school year, I like to take some time to celebrate with my class. Throughout the year we’ve been through a lot. They tackled an entire curriculum, wrote countless essays, conducted research for a variety of research projects and papers, analyzed thousands and thousands of words, and did so all without complaining. Okay, so that last piece might be a stretch, but I won’t hold it against them. The end of the year is a time to celebrate my students and all…

100 End-of-Year Superlatives that Recognize ALL of Your Students' Unique Personalities (Lit with Lyns) Middle School Ela, End Of School Year, End Of Year, High School, Student Awards, Student Council, Teaching Resources, Secondary Resources, Teaching Strategies

105 EDITABLE End-of-Year Superlatives that Recognize ALL of Your Students' Unique Personalities

This blog post shares⭐105 EDITABLE Student Superlatives!!!⭐ These unique superlatives/awards are sure to address all of your students’ individual personalities. Send them DIGITALLY this year since we're doing distance learning.This resource includes the PDF and PowerPoint version so that you can add text boxes, type each student’s name, the teacher’s name, etc.

An end-of-year survey question that makes student responses more reliable: "Which assignments helped you most?” This simple but powerful question forces students to evaluate their effort. End Of School Year, End Of Year, Classroom Design, Classroom Organization, Survey Questions, Lesson Plans, Social Media, How To Plan, This Or That Questions

Addendum: Making End-of-Year Surveys More Useful by Listing Specific Assignments - Dave Stuart Jr.

An end-of-year survey question that makes student responses more reliable: "Which assignments helped you most?” This simple but powerful question forces students to evaluate their effort. #DaveStuartJr

Ditch boring summer English assignments and projects. Find out how to create engaging summer English projects from 2 Peas and a Dog. Reading Projects, Reading Lessons, Writing Lessons, Reading Strategies, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Writing Resources, Teaching Resources, Middle School Books

Creating an Engaging Summer English Project

Ditch boring summer English assignments and projects. Find out how to create engaging summer English projects from 2 Peas and a Dog. #summerprojects #middleschool #highschool #lessonplans