If we lived in a world where people had super powers, mine would be writing IEP goals in no time flat. While that super power really won't save the day, it may save YOU some time. These goals are separated into the 3 main reading sections and quoted straight from the Common Core Standards. Remember, … Continue reading 3rd Grade Reading IEP Goal Bank Based On The Common Core Standards
I get it, summer rolls around and all you want to do is get outside and enjoy the sunshine, or sit on your couch and binge watch the TV you missed for the past 9 months... but for many of us, summer is the perfect opportunity to earn some extra money to pay the bills. … Continue reading 10 Summer Jobs That Still Give Teachers A Summer Break
Hey there. I need to be straight with teachers. We are really sucking at helping parents access our digital classroom tools. I know. You're busy. You're underpaid. You've got way too many kids to keep a handle on. And parents need to take responsibility for their own children. And sometimes parents need to back off … Continue reading Teachers: We Kind Of Suck At Helping Parents Access Digital Classwork And We Can Fix It!
I recently received this question from a parent: What I would like to see you write about is the electronic evolution in schools in which nothing is on paper anymore, no text books, work books, etc. I'm struggling with this especially for my middle schoolers where I can't ever see the breakdown of a grade … Continue reading How Can I Help My Child In School When Everything Is Virtual?
Teaching a dynamic and interesting lesson takes tools. And buying tools takes money. And guess what? Teachers do not really have a lot of money. Luckily we do have access to the Dollar Tree. I have compiled the 10 best Dollar Tree finds that @dollartreeclassrooms found on their Instagram page! If you like what you see here, you should definitely follow them for more awesome ideas!
The cycle of promise, then failure, then patting each other on the backs again until the next failure, is the abuse cycle. And public education loves its abusive relationship with teachers and students.
Both websites connect students with teachers and provide a safe way to pay for services. So which should you choose? Let's break down each of their features to determine which is best: TakeLessons vs. Musika.
Most parents agree that they need to be involved with their child's education. But where's the balance between being a helicopter parent and too "stand-off?" Well, here's 5 ways to be involved and empower children at school.
Recently I came across a homework course from the No Guilt Mom called Homework 911 for Kids. I thought it was definitely worth taking a look at. As a teacher, I know how hard the homework struggle can be. But is this course actually going to change how your family does Homework? Is Homework 911 for Kids worth buying?