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
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
A step-by-step guide for teachers on how to assign students one or two slides in Google Classroom or Google Drive for distance learning. Here’s a quick post to guide teachers who only want to assign one or two slides from a larger Google Drive resource that includes many more slides.
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
Read this article for tips about teacher binder organization and get some teacher binder ideas for this school year. How often do you find yourself sitting in a meeting, caught without some essential piece of information that you need? I really hate that feeling of needing specific information – a
Trying to keep your students engaged and motivated for learning during Halloween and fall? You’ll love these simple, easy to implement tips and strategies. Ready to take advantage of students’ Halloween excitement and motivation – and direct that energy towards math and academics? So am I! The best part about
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