We wrapped up our first writing unit at the end of November and they were eager to show off their published narratives. This year, I wanted students and their audience to place more focus on the process of writing and less so on the published piece. It took many days, revisions, self-assessments, and mornings of goal-setting to complete this beauties! SO, I changed things up a little this year.
It's the most wonderful time of the year (that fits for the holidays, the end of the school year, or back to school celebrations!)...yet, you are unsure what to gift to the teacher in your life. Look no further, here are five great gift ideas!
It was a daunting task: teaching third graders mathematical concepts that would add to the foundations of their basic math knowledge. "You're a smart gal," I said. "You can do this," I told myself. "You will deliver math lessons through flipped math centers," I heard a higher being boom. (In my daydream, it was a super… Continue reading CLASSROOM HOW-TO: Flipped Math Centers