How to Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Fractions
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Class List with Pictures for substitute Teacher
Recently we heard from a second-year teacher who admitted that while his resume was otherwise quite impressive, it had one significant weakness: a lack of objective data.
At the year’s start, he’d fully intended to track his students’ academic progress in a measurable way, but as the year…
Hello my fellow #education friends!
I have a few questions that need some answering for a class/blog article that I’m doing, and I was hoping that you guys could give me some of those answers. (And in the case of these answers, a website that you use would qualify as “technology” as well!)
- What technology do you use in your classroom that you think is important/necessary/just plain awesome to use for learning?
- What technology would you like in your classroom that you don’t have access to currently?
- If you had to pick one specific piece of technology to improve, what would it be, and how would you like to see it improve?
You don’t have to answer all of these, but you can if you want too! Any and all help is appreciated! Please and thank you!
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Grown ups — teachers — are funny. You think they’re one-sided since you only see them in class, but when I talk to my teachers, I see that you’re…well, you’re people too.
From an after school conversation with a junior today. (via tomesaway)
Flat Connection vs Deep Connection
Reading Notebook Insert
Pop-Up Staircase to help us remember the metric prefixes - it also works as a great manipulative to get students “walking” through the steps.