I have put together a list of must have teacher supplies on a budget ( they also make great gifts!) and some friendly advice to help you get all the things you need to make the classroom of your dreams without breaking the bank.
Are you a teacher that has been overcome by anxiety? Despite trying to avoid it, do you feel beyond burn out? Might be experiencing a very real complication of teaching, one that is rapidly growing, called STSD. Check out this article to find out more.
Everyone gets a little antsy sometimes, including kids, and the best way to help keep focus and learning going is by using movement brain breaks. This post gives some ready made ideas including free printable that can be used in the virtual, hybrid, or face to face classroom.
At some point in your teaching career, you are going to come across a student who needs some additional assistance in understanding your expectations. This is where social stories can make all the difference.
The Good Game is my own unique take on a behavior management plan that makes good choices into a game with lots of reinforcement.
This is my quick, easy, AND FREE morning meeting using Capturing Kids Heart that you can use in your virtual or Face to face classroom.
This is the system I have come up with to teach my profound severe students virtually kids while they stay safe (lesson ideas included).
This is my easy method for collecting iep data virtually and using QR codes to log in, including free google classroom and site instructions.