What to do when you have taught all you can and your students will not use the skills you have taught to do well on the test. Two weeks ago 5th grade took a mock test and let’s say they did not perform as I would have hoped. However, when I review with the students,Continue reading “Help!!! Testing is Coming!”
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When I first wanted to teach I wanted to only teach reading. And that was the certification I was looking to get, but as fate would have it I put in the wrong code for the test and ended up taking, passing and getting a 4th – 8th generalist certification. My first year I wasContinue reading “The Most Important Lesson You Will Ever Teach!”
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I said I would elaborate more on my favorite websites for teaching, well Flocabulary.com has been my favorite for years. It has only gotten better. I teach ELAR and Social Studies and it has me covered with all my subjects. And it is so funny when I pull my kids for small groups and theyContinue reading “Flocabulary learning through music”
As a teacher you always want to find new ways to improve your student engagement and make learning fun and enjoyable. Although I have been teaching going on eleven years, I know I have to keep up … Source: Antics with Tech
I started my teacher blog last summer and vowed to keep it going when school started. Well here it is 5 months later and I am just now getting back with it. However, I do not return empty handed.… Source: The Life of a Teacher!
I started my teacher blog last summer and vowed to keep it going when school started. Well here it is 5 months later and I am just now getting back with it. However, I do not return empty handed. I have some more post coming up as well as some lessons I have done withContinue reading “The Life of a Teacher!”