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"Teachers are Heroes" Infographic from USC - University of Southern California in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week.

By choosing games that focus on the questions themselves while spending minimal time on the "game" part, we can add some fun into our test prep without sacrificing the review.

7 Review Games that Won’t Waste Your Time

2011 featured many great education articles for educators. As 2011 wraps up, we would like to bring you the top 12 articles for teachers in

Discipline without affirmation breeds rebellion. Affirmation without discipline breeds entitlement. Both are necessary for healthy growth. -Lisa Bevere

Any refusal to recognize reality, for any reason whatever, has disastrous consequences. There are no evil thoughts except one: the refusal to think. - Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand

Events in Instruction. Event #9: Enhancing Retention #InstructionalDesign

Events in Instruction- Event #9

Enhancing Retention Infographic, great for ESL and ELL. An Ethical Island - How to Teach Without a Lecture and Other Fun. Several infographics for teaching.

Parts of Speech Poem by nicole.broussard.5

Parts of Speech Poem by nicole.broussard.5

How do you ensure students get the most out of black history and Black History Month? Here are some suggestions.

How do you ensure students get the most out of black history and Black History Month? Here are some suggestions.

Educational infographic : Todays Lesson: How to Become a Teacher  Straight Talk: College Education B

Educational infographic : Today’s Lesson: How to Become a Teacher — Straight Talk: College Education B...

Educational infographic : Todays Lesson: How to Become a Teacher Straight Talk: College Education B

Guess Who filled in with family & friends! Awesome idea for long distance loved ones ❤️

Family Guess Who? ~`*`~ Replace all of the images in a Guess Who game with pictures of family friends and relatives. Children will enjoy having a more personalized game and will also learn about extended family members they may not get to see very often.

School anecdotes about children usually slot them into two boxes: the little evil monsters who have to be subjugated and mastered, and the mini-geniuses who can be programmed into walking-talking computers. Whatever happened to the child who is full of curiosity for his world, who loves music, who loves to share stories, who laughs with abandon when out in the garden? The child who wilts if put in a box. This infographic gives tips on how to change teaching styles so that you reach out and…

How to Motivate Children and Create Happy Classrooms - Infographic

10 ways to engage students: list of ways to keep students hooked, focused and motivated on learning!

"Features advice and support from experienced teachers, reading strategies, classroom tools, an archive of hot topics, and a new teacher discussion board."

Student behavior problems and classroom disruptions are among a new teacher's most difficult challenges. The October New Teacher Survival Guide explains how you can turn around some of your.

How I leave work at 3 pm and you can as well! Are you tried of seeing teachers leaving when the school bell goes, yet you still have a huge pile of marking to do? This teacher blog post gives you 6 tips you can start using today so you can leave on time tomorrow! #teacherblog #foundationintofirst #techteacherpto3 #teachers

How I leave school at 3 pm...and you can too!

How I leave work at 3 pm and you can as well! Are you tried of seeing teachers leaving when the school bell goes, yet you still have a huge pile of marking to do? This teacher blog post gives you 6 tips you can start using today so you can leave on time tomorrow! #teacherblog #foundationintofirst #techteacherpto3 #teachers

Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten: I {heart} Teachers SALE!

The best thing about being a teacher is that it matters. The hardest thing about being a teacher is that it matters everyday.

Assess your students with performance tasks and rubrics that measure writing, civic engagement and critical literacy skills. Write to the Source tasks allow students to demonstrate their argumentative, explanatory and narrative writing skills by responding to customizable prompts. Do Something tasks empower students to take action in their school and community.

Assess your students with performance tasks and rubrics that measure writing, civic engagement and critical literacy skills. Write to the Source tasks allow students to demonstrate their argumentative, explanatory and narrative writing skills by responding to customizable prompts. Do Something tasks empower students to take action in their school and community.

...LTS to do!                     Do it all from the heart.

teach * encourage * instruct * mentor * praise * influence * guide * inspire * Subway Art Poster Print via Etsy.

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