For many teachers, picking their new planner is something of a ritual. Here is a list of the top five teacher planners that are sure to help with organization, focus, and inspiration all year.
No, really. The token economy is making a comeback and it’s no wonder why. Learn how you can try it in your classroom as soon as tomorrow!
Walking into Raquel Solórzano’s classroom, it might look a little chaotic — but it’s organized chaos, with kids deeply engaged in the learning process.
It all started in 2009, when then-English teacher Tracee Orman was building a unit around “The Hunger Games.” In her planning, she did what many teachers do: a search online to see what types of materials were already out there to borrow or purchase.
Over the course of the pandemic, it seems like every organization has pivoted to offering virtual conferences, events, and webinars. We’ve all been to them – some of which we suffered through, others which energized us – and I’m guessing we’ve all got a ton ahead of us.
After more than a year of at least partially virtual instruction for many, some teachers are reverting to low-tech tools upon their return to full in-person instruction. Here are a few EdTech tools that are worth keeping around, even after virtual learning. Bonus: The basic option on each is free for teachers to try.
One of the greatest challenges of this school year has been building and maintaining relationships with students in the virtual learning space.
“Truth for Teachers” offers a refreshingly honest perspective on an array of educational topics. If you want to really dig into the truth about teaching, this is the podcast for you.
A look inside the successes of Travis Bouldin’s classroom and how to get started.
“Teacher Burnout Turnaround” by Tish Jennings may have been written pre-pandemic, but its message has never been more relevant.