Reflecting on Your Teaching – Teacher Tidbit #8

Reflecting on your teaching is so important to grow as a teacher. It’s always beneficial to look back and realize what worked and did not work for a lesson or a student. This video gives suggestions on what you could do to effectively reflect on your work. Here is a list of questions you could […]

Student-Led Conferences: To Do or Not To Do?

By Nancy Mikhail Parents walk into their child’s classroom on parent-teacher conference day. Teachers sit across from parents and start telling them how their child is doing in class. This is the standard format for parent-teacher conferences. This is what we are all used to. But what if we could make it better? What if […]

All About Centers – Teacher Tidbit #5

Nancy Mikhail goes over how to incorporate centers in your classroom. Centers are a great way to differentiate for students, individualize instruction, and engage students. Here is the center sheet Nancy mentions in the video: http://www.curriculumresources.net/ce… Don’t forget to subscribe to the channel! It's only fair to share… Facebook Twitter Pinterest email Print Linkedin StumbleUpon

Language Arts Strategies – Teacher Tidbit #3

Nancy Mikhail gives 3 helpful and interactive language arts strategies you could do with your students that will help you easily differentiate for your students, as well as incorporate various content areas. It's only fair to share… Facebook Twitter Pinterest email Print Linkedin StumbleUpon