“She wasn’t perfect, but she was absolutely perfect to me.” Take a moment to meet Mrs. Clark. You’ll be glad you did!
Building classroom connections are critical for creating safe spaces to learn. Stephanie provides strategies which can be used in classrooms of students of all ages.
We know writers need feedback, but we know the feedback takes time. Here’s help in working smarter & faster to get your writers the feedback they need.
Whether you have student roles in a class that last for a semester or for a few minutes, it is important they are well-defined! Roles can be used in every subject and in many different types of projects. Roles also help to foster the 4 C’s in your classroom!
I sit here on the 4th of July, thinking about how different this holiday is for me from those prior. I’m a career teacher who retired a year ago, and I’m feeling all the emotions that the 4th brought to me.
One of the best feelings is looking out into your classroom and all of those little eyes are on you as you are delivering your perfectly planned mini-lesson. With a sigh, you go to close your lesson with a quick exit slip only to realize those little eyes didn’t comprehend your teaching point.