Using Bell Ringers to Spark Discussion-TheSecondary English Coffee Shop. Starting a daily routine using entrance and exit tickets, posting discussion guidelines, and determining a school-year worth of topics are some of the many ways to get started.
Are you just starting out as a teacher, or are you a veteran teacher who needs to shake up her routine? Find the top things every teacher (new and seasoned) needs in her classroom in this slideshow of tips, articles, and resources.
Looking for new poetry for your middle school and high school students? These 30 poems, recommended and tested by secondary ELA teachers in their own classrooms, are sure to engage and inspire your students during National Poetry Month or any time of year
Teaching Tip of the Week: Everyone Has Opinions | Not every student will like you, and you won't like every student. Try to find at least one thing you can respect each student for - even if it's just showing up at school.
L’original, Dis-moi...Théâtre de lecture des animaux au Canada et leurs cris
These classroom community bell ringers are designed to help secondary students embrace love, acceptance, tolerance, and diversity. There are 40 bell ringers included, and each bell ringer includes a community-inspired quote and a brief writing response.
Using Young Adult Literature In The Classroom (Plus Nonfiction Resources)
If you're a teacher, at some point you are going to need one of these elementary time fillers! With these five time fillers you're sure to find something you can use right away in your preschool, Kindergarten, or grade classro