As many of us start the year, this is a great snapshot of the book of Genesis. I’ll be using it today in my Ancient History course for my junior … Continue Reading Genesis in a Nutshell
Education, like any other field, is big business. Companies involved with education love to come up with focal points every year so they can sell more stuff. It’s kind of … Continue Reading A Growth Mindset Continuum
An interesting tool to help students self-reflect on their own work and mindset in specific classes.
Great ideas for great activities in the classroom with the brain in mind!
Having a challenging time bringing some life to your literature and writing classes this last month of the school year? One of my favorite activities to use is a comic … Continue Reading Bringing Literature & Writing to Life
How many hands-on learning activities have you engaged your students in this week? This is a great visual for all you history teachers out there!
For those of you, like myself, who like a simple visual.
Such a good reminder.
For those visual learners out there, a great classroom management poster courtesy of www.weareteachers.com
“If everything was perfect, we would already be in heaven.” A new school year brings anticipation, excitement, and renewal. For many teachers, the first day of school is one of … Continue Reading Overcoming the Teacher Chart of Doom
If you’ve never seen Sir Ken Robinson’s TED talk on how schools kill creativity watch it NOW at… http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity