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Centers

I was in a discussion with several social studies teachers, some of whom were curious how I use stations in my secondary classroom. I thought that teachers either used stations or didn’t, but as one colleague put it, “I want to use stations, but I can’t figure out how and just fall back on whole class work.” It hadn’t occurred to me that…

The most frequent question I hear from newbie and veteran teachers is: “How do you stay organized?” So today I thought I’d write a post about tips I use to stay organized in the classroom while running centers. I love providing tips to other teachers but the key to any system is to make it yours. You must be comfortable with your own systems in order for them to be successful…

Spring is upon us! The weather is finally warmer, the snow has melted, flowers are blooming, and summer break is just around the corner. Hallelujah! Spring is my favorite season. There‚Äôs just something about putting the winter-themed activities away and replacing them with rainbows, butterflies, and flowers…