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Create a Teacher Planner with Coil Binding

Making a coil-bound teacher planner for your lesson plans, grade book, and other essential teacher forms is easy and kind of fun! I’ve always seen binding machines at the schools where I’ve taught, but I’d never used one before. It seemed intimidating, and who has time to deal with the

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How to Assign Student Work with Google Classroom

Written especially for teachers, use this easy step-by-step guide on how to assign work to students using Google Classroom for digital classroom lessons and distance learning to teach remotely. Google Classroom is user-friendly, but for those of us who aren’t necessarily teacher-techy, anything new can be confusing. No fears! Here’s

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Step-By-Step: Convert Worksheets for Distance Learning

Here’s a quick tutorial on converting PDFs to distance learning digital resources for learning management systems (LMS) and how to upload a single page from a PDF document into Google Slides and Google Classroom for students to use. Online teaching and using digital resources for our students was thrust on

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Special Education Accommodation IEP Checklist for Teachers

Special education IEP checklist for teachers to track each student’s supports. Record accommodations, modifications, interventions, and supports for IEPs, 504s, and special education. We all know the importance of supporting struggling students, at-risk learners, and special education students. Keeping track of who gets what accommodation? That’s another story. (And if

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What Teachers Need to Know About Academic Supports

Accommodations vs. Modifications. Strategies vs. Interventions. What’s the difference? Read on to find the answer and learn what every teacher needs to know about academic supports for students. I’ll never forget sitting in an IEP meeting during my first year of teaching. I was a new teacher and felt nervous

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Look Like an Organized Teacher – Attitude is Everything

Read this quick, easy guide to help you look like an organized teacher and boost your confidence because attitude is everything! There you are, sitting at a staff meeting. Bored already. You glance at the teacher beside you and notice she has the most inspiring and attractive notebook. With colored

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