Monday, January 9, 2017

January Teacher Talk

Posted by Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

It's 2017 Time sure flies. WE have some great ideas for you in our January edition of Teacher Talk. So hurry on over to see what these creative educators are doing this month.

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Is Vacation Over Already?
By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern
I don’t know about you, but at one time, it was a real downer for me to return to school after vacation. Stress was my middle name, I'd spend time worrying what I was going to teach, wondering about the lessons I'd have to reteach and thinking about that parent meeting scheduled after vacation. I'd get really bummed out the day before until I learned a few tricks I'd like to share.
Gifts of the New Year

By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning
Some gifts you can share with students this month.
(Star)bursting for Rocks!
By Kathie Yonemura of Tried and True Teaching Tools
Party accessories make setting New Year's goals the perfect connection to a healthy, whole student.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Writing Prompts
By Kerry Tracy of Kerry Tracy
Use MLK's brilliant quotes all month long to inspire quick writes! ***********************************************
Make Math FUN this Winter!
By Sara Snyder of Snyder Classroom
Engage your students with these Winter Math riddles worksheets! I began creating math riddles to make math more fun in my own classroom. I love hearing my students giggle as they solve the riddle at the end of the worksheet. Students solve problems, each problem has a letter assigned to it and the letters help to solve the riddle. It is a great way to combine fun and learning! Make math FUN!
What is ACC?
By Susan Berkowitz of Susan Berkowitz
Do you know exactly what AAC is? Here is an informative post to help guide you.
Tech Talk - The Online Subscription Dilemma
By Michelle Webb of Teaching Ideas for Those who Love Teaching
Stop worrying about how to pay for online subscriptions for your classroom.
Fact or Fantasy? Organization 101 for Teachers
By Tracy Willis of Wild Child Designs
A humorous exploration of systems organization in an elementary classroom. This post explores ways to organize and support word study.
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