Monday, February 22, 2021

February2021 Teacher Talk

Posted by Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern 

Welcome to our February Teacher Talk.  All of us from the Teacher Talk collaborative would like wish you a Happy February.  We have so many fab tips this month from Math, ELA and reading ideas, to High interest learning and our featured author for the month, you don't want to miss reading these blog posts from some awesome educators.

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Chaos at the Capitol, How Do You Talk to Your Students About It?
You’re a middle school teacher, you and your 11 year old have just turned on the television to watch the news. What you see in front of you nearly blows you away, you rub your eyes, no, you’re not imagining it, there’s a riot at the United States Capitol.

Small Moment Stories
Small moment stories and a Faith Ringgold author study for "March is Reading Month".

Tried & True Fraction Freebies
What are you teaching in math right now? We are exploring fractions but doing this virtually has needed some thinking outside the box! Here are some of my tried & true activities and websites to use.

5 Tips to Changing the Atmosphere in your Classroom
Learn 6 easy tips to help you improve the reading skills of your most reluctant readers.

See You Later Alligator
How do you teach your students how to use the greater than and less than symbol without having alligators in your lesson?

How to Unstruggle Struggling Readers
Now that the first semester is over, have you recognized your struggling readers? Teachers are very busy teaching, teaching, teaching…but is everyone learning and retaining?

Five Capitalization Hints
Here are 5 capitalization hints that will help your students write correctly.

Cool Google Slides Tips and Tricks
CUE Los Angeles just had their CUE Palooza today and my mind is blown 😲 by everything I did not know about Google slides. I'm going to give you a few of the tips and tricks I learned today.

Easy Tips to Sneak in Test Prep Activities
Learn easy tips for sneaking engaging test prep into your upper elementary or middle school classroom.

Michelle Webb - Teacher Talk's Featured Author
Michelle Webb of "Teaching Ideas For Those Who Love Teaching" is Teacher Talk's Featured Author. Learn more about this National Board Certified Teacher. Your students will enjoy her free product, Paul Bunyan Reading Lesson on Hyperbole and Pop Up Book!

My Rule #5 for Teaching Middle School
My rule #5 in a series of how to bring out the best behavior in middle school students. Includes ideas of high-interest topics you can use for reading and writing activities.


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