Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Teacher Talk - November 2022


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Recipes For the Holiday Season

By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning

Enjoy these recipes for teacher self care, recipes for the holiday season, and a recipe for a calm and successful classroom.  


Believe It or Not

By Gini Musmanno of Reading Spotlight

Who knows what to believe anymore? When it comes to the internet, many folks, young and old, have difficulty figuring out what is true and what is not, especially with technology now being able to change the appearance of reality. It is important for Language Arts teachers to educate themselves and their students about internet and news literacy because critical thinking in the age of the internet is one of the most important educational goals we can pursue.


What is a Left Angle?

By Vicky Rauch of Go Figure!

Geometry is probably my favorite part of math to teach because it is so visual; plus, the subject lends itself to doing many hands-on activities, even with my college students.  When our unit on points, lines and angles is finished, it is time for the unit test. Almost every year I ask the following question:  “What is a left angle?”   Much to my chagrin, some of the responses I have received over the years are bizarre besides being mathematically untrue. For a good laugh, read some of them in my newest blog post.


What Makes a Good Teacher?

By Hernan Giannini of Ready to Teach Bilinguals


What makes a good teacher? This is an interesting question teachers should ask before teaching.


The Value of Project-Based Learning for Only Children

By Renee Heiss of All-American Teacher Tools 

What is the role of the only child in your group projects? You may be surprised to learn that those children have unique characteristics in a group situation.


Tis the Season

By Charlene Tess of Books by Charlene Tess 

Tis the Season to teach your students to vary their sentence patterns.


6 Easy Classroom Management Strategies That Work

By Marcy Howe of It’s a Teacher Thing

Learn 6 easy classroom management strategies for creating a productive classroom setting and building relationships with students.


The Holidays - For The Classroom

By Michelle Webb of Teaching Ideas 

For Those Who Love Teaching

Get your class ready for the holidays with these fun activities and crafts.


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