Ever wonder how a great substitute teacher got to be that way? Whether you’re a sub or a regular teacher setting up a sub binder, thes tips can help.
While it is essential to assess student writing on an individual level, collaborative writing projects are extremely beneficial for students… and even teachers.
In this post I’ll share lots of ideas, activities, and even some freebies to make teaching holidays around the world magical for both you and your students!
Scavenger hunts are a
favorite among teachers and students! Here are five reasons to start using scavenger hunts in your math class today.
There is so much to teach and learn when reading Ray Bradbury’s magnum opus: Fahrenheit 451. I’m compiling this list of not-to-miss points when teaching this novel after having taught it for years and years, but also with the disclaimer that every time I teach it, I see something new.