Tips and ideas for teaching middle school
The Fisheye Syndrome: Is Every Student Really Participating? | Cult of Pedagogy
The Fisheye Syndrome: Is Every Student Really Participating? - To those afflicted with Fisheye, some students appear “larger” than others, grabbing more of our attention and making the others fade into the periphery.
How to Help Kids With Self-Regulation: 30 Games and Activities - The Inspired Treehouse
The Inspired Treehouse - How can you support the development self-regulation in your child? Check out some of our best activities and ideas here!
5 Ways to use Riddle.com for Formative Assessments
Tips of how to use Riddle.com for formative assessments in your classroom. This technology allows you to create beautiful and interactive content in a matter of minutes.
Bring me Cupcakes, Not Cookies - Teaching Your Students to Turn in High Quality Work
Tips on how to have your middle school students discuss what high quality work should look like. Set your expectations high at the beginning of the school year!
5 Teaching Practices I'm Kicking to the Curb | Cult of Pedagogy
Are any of these ineffective teaching methods still part of your practice? Time to reconsider. #CultofPedagogy #brainbasedlearning #teachingstrategies #differentiation #behaviormanagement #gifted #contentliteracy #podcast
Comprehension Connection-Literacy Tips & Resources for Elementary Teachers
How do you build relationships with your parents/teachers? In this post, ideas are shared to help you and your teammates better involve parents in your instructional program. Download this free poster and parent brochure using a link provided in the blog post.
5 Reasons Why Warm-Ups and Bell-Ringers Were a Failure in My Classroom
Check out this amazing resource for middle school and high school science warm ups. This is all the bell-ringers you would ever need for your classroom.