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Elementary Classroom Tour : Organization and Design Ideas to Promote Student Independence
We are heading into the fourth week of school and I finally had a moment to write my classroom reveal post for this year. If
My Lesson Planning Style
Today, I am blogging over at The Elementary Entourage for the first time ever! Swing by a take a peek at my ever-evolving lesson planning
Rethinking Open House
A few of the learning principles that help us revolutionize learning in our district are to nurture a growth mindset, empower students and value the
Five For Friday: Core Inspiration
This week, I’m linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching for another Five for Friday post. ONE: Back To School After Winter Break Regardless of how
Implementing The Daily 5 – Read to Self
In my previous post about implementing The Daily 5, I outlined my weekly and daily schedule to provide some perspective on the block of time
Back To School Week: Day 3: WHY My Organization Tips Work
Organization is my jam. It’s hard to say what I enjoy more; the therapeutic process of organizing every nook and cranny of a space; or
CORE INSPIRATION CLASSROOM REVEAL 2014-2015
It’s Day 2 of Blog Hoppin’s Back To School Week 2014. Today is all about where I teach my students each day. Keep in mind, I am
Five For Friday: Unpacking My Classroom…Check!
Okay, I’m trying something crazy here. I am morphing my classroom progress post into a Five for Friday post…let’s see how this goes!! One To
The Back To School Panic Is Upon Us
It happens every year. Everything is chill. Summer is strolling along, you know the end will come eventually, but it’s allllll good. You kick back
Report Cards, Goals and Conferences, Oh My!
Spring parent teacher conferences are coming up next week, which means we are busy giving our end-of trimester assessments, entering grades and writing report card
Beyond A Resolution: Goal Setting For A New Year
New year. New start. New adventures. New resolution goals. Yes, resolutions are fun and get your blood pumping, but I decided to abandon making one for 2014.
I Am Thankful for Helpful Hints
Today’s linky over at Blog Hoppin’ is all about Helpful Hints. Here are a few hints that help me in the classroom. Hint 1 –