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Why I Took My Behavior Chart Off My Wall with #SimplyKinder
I use these strategies with all my students!
Pin now, read later: The difference between #dyslexia and auditory processing disorder #APD
Angry Kids: Over a Dozen Ways to Help. Articles and #Printables for #parenting #schoolcounseling and MORE!
How do you plan what you teach? Learn to plan for the whole year, then for specific topics, and then down to the daily lessons. Great advice on planning out your school year.
Falling in Love ... With a Poem - special guest blog post by nationally-acclaimed children's poet Kristine O'Connell George on Corkboard Connections. Kristine shares her tips for fostering a love of poetry in your students.
The difference between #dyslexia and auditory processing disorder #APD
Teaching teachers to create magic in the classroom- gotta love TED talks.
9 awesome sensory tools to help your fidget kids in the classroom #education
How do you use data walls in your classroom? Here are 6 tips that encourage anonymity, collaboration, and goal setting.
All writers of essays need to know how to write a thesis statement. Unfortunately, this proves difficult for inexperienced writers so teaching thesis statements should be the first step in teaching students how to write essays. This lesson plan on reviews
When you implement a new procedure, it is not enough to simply tell your students what you expect of them. You have to practice – and practice everything.
How do you plan what you teach? Learn to plan for the whole year, then for specific topics, and then down to the daily lessons. Great advice on planning out your school year.
If you teach middle or high school math - I highly recommend spending a chunk of time looking through the lessons. They are amazing! All lessons use common core standards with real world problems. Great example...how many movies can you see in one day, ju
Literature Circles Made Simple- a blog post with lots of suggestions for organizing, running and assessing using literature circles.
Sensory Triggers. What is sensory processing disorder. What causes sensory overload.
Get preschool kids excited about STEM! Hatch has some great resources and kits to get you started with STEM in the classroom.
st Teachers Never Shut Up. Here's Why (And How) You Should: 6 Ways To Bring Down Your Teacher Talking Time
Poverty and Education
"Reaching and Teaching Students in Poverty: Strategies for Erasing the Opportunity Gap,” by Paul C. Gorski, associate professor of integrative studies at George Mason University. The book, which draws from years of research to analyze educational pra
Planning for Poetry: Celebrating National Poetry Month! (Planning In Paradise Blog)
Pin now, read later: The difference between #dyslexia and auditory processing disorder #APD
Using Data Walls to Motivate Your Students
A Teacher's Guide to Words Their Way: getting started, assessment, organization, routine and much more!
How do you use data walls in your classroom?  Here are 6 tips that encourage anonymity, collaboration, and goal setting.
What to Do When You're Done With a Lesson But Not With Class Time #education
Teaching teachers to create magic in the classroom- gotta love TED talks.
These sight word activities are fun alternatives to flash cards. Plus, they're low prep! I love easy sight word games.
handling disrespecful students
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How do you plan what you teach? Learn to plan for the whole year, then for specific topics, and then down to the daily lessons. Great advice on planning out your school year.
KindergartenWorks: 23 classroom things worth purchasing from the dollar tree, Genius!
10 classroom routines that get kids talking about math
How working memory games can improve kids’ executive function in 5 minutes a day. Perfect for those students who have trouble with multi-step directions, forget what you just told them, can't copy info down, etc.!
Ideas on how to differentiate instruction for the advanced students in your class
iddle School Teacher Blog: Some of the Best Things in Life are Mistakes: Back to School!
Get elementary lesson plans, enrichment activities, assessment rubrics, & more.
Alternative Seating: Standing areas for those who can't sit still and love to stand up.
"Smart therapists always remember that where they trod is sacred ground. The delicate places in people's lives should be treated with fear and reverence." ♥
All writers of essays need to know how to write a thesis statement. Unfortunately, this proves difficult for inexperienced writers so teaching thesis statements should be the first step in teaching students how to write essays. This lesson plan on reviews
When your students misbehave in PE, art, music, etc--how do you handle it?
Student Portfolios: how and why I used student portfolios in my elementary classroom
Writing Reference
Life Skills are so important - this image is helpful but the website it links to doesn't seem to be about counseling.
Adios, Textbook! 9 Ways to Teach Science Without a Textbook
The Four Cornerstones of Strong Characters ...Lay a foundation for great character development.
Help students gain a deeper understanding of math by using visual methods of factoring a polynomial.
I found this pin that has some great coping skills and strategies that you can use. Go through the list and pick out some of the ones that might be helpful for you during the day. Next week I will bring some markers and pencil crayons and we can make a ch
A Teacher's Guide to Words Their Way
9 awesome sensory tools to help your fidget kids in the classroom
Inexpensive Elementary DIYs Every Teacher Should Know!