Doing your homework is something everyone tells you to do in order to get the grades of your dreams yet there is a magnitude of OTHER things that you need to begin doing NOW and start considering NOW to really bring home grades that you, yours peers and guardians will be astonished and proud about!
This week, my daughter was assigned a rainforest diorama to make. Her grade on this assignment counts as a science test. This is a little odd, I think, as the skills necessary to make an effective diorama fall mostly into the category of arts and...
This Hub is about teaching Middle School Math through the use of a hands-on activity. The topic being taught here is the proportions and the hands-on activity is the use of currency conversions using a passport around the world tour.
The iPad's accessibility features make it a great assistive technology tool for students with disabilities that impede their learning. Here's why special education teachers love the iPad.
Great fundraiser ideas for schools, written by a retired high school teacher.
You can easily build an milk jug igloo in your classroom with some planning, lots of milk jugs, and plenty of hot glue. Instructions plus ideas for integrating math, science, and history.
Want to introduce yourself to your students' parents or guardians? Write them a letter! This article includes an example of an actual teacher letter to parents that can be used in any grade level.
Need to understand what cockney rhyming slang means? This article has all the information you need. You better Adam and Eve it.
Are you looking for folder activities and games for your classroom? Grab one or more of these math file folder ideas!
I teach reading at a pretty run-of-the-mill high school. I am in my tenth year as a teacher, but this is my first go at teaching reading to high school students. Students in my classes are usually two or more grade levels below their peers. This...