No, this post is not about public television- but it is about Positive Behavior Intervention Supports. It will help you identify a student issue, suggest interventions and providing tracking documents. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
Tired of scrolling down to look for all your class assignments? Don’t want to leave Google Classroom to look at the folders? Stay in Classroom and follow this tip from Steve Morgan Yesterday 9:25 PM if you go to classroom.google.com/a you see a list of assignments! Just add the /a and all your assignments will […]
For a change of pace while viewing your twitter account, try Twitter Beam. You can view by topic or hashtag. This might be an interesting way to displace feeds in the classroom. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
Here is something else I saw at DENSI- you can make your own concert tickets! This sample is for my upcoming DEN Ambassador conference. You can edit every line. You can print the tickets out full size- how interesting would this be in your classroom? For the complete post on TeachersFirst, please click here.
Exploring your senses from Barbara De Santis on Vimeo. When I attended DENSI in Nashville in July, I only had a few goals. My top one? To successfully learn to create green screen productions (you all know green screens- think of the weather person standing before a green screen and then having the correct maps […]
Jason Learning has a wonderful series of live webinars with scientists in many fields. I just got their latest announcements about their 9/25 offering and decided to post the rest of this year’s schedule as well. All events begin at 1:30 pm Eastern unless otherwise noted. You can even submit questions for the speaker. Check […]
Numbers that is. Happy Numbers offers many white broad ready math interactives for grades k-2 (the standards are listed on the site with each lesson). While there is a paid version (allows you to create student accounts), I would stick with the free (just make yourself a teacher account). Above is a screenshot […]
I have some fantastic students! The last new thing for the quarter is having them make their own Blog. So far I have given them some very minimal guidelines: School Appropriate, writing on posts should be at least 500 words per post. images are ok, so are video clips, again school appropriate. Simple beginning having […]
How are you celebrating? ReadWriteThink.org @RWTnow 22m Are you ready for Banned Books Week (Sept 21-27)? Find lesson plans and more from ReadWriteThink » http://ow.ly/BbD1V Follow the link in this tweet for lesson plans for grades 7-12- From ReadWriteThink.
Living in NJ for most of my life, estuary is a term I see on roadside signs. But how are they important to the area wildlife? Visit Estuaries Education for a vast collection of videos, interactives, and lesson plans ( grades 6-12). For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.