When Students Say, "I Can't Do It..."
I don't know about you, but one of the reasons I wanted to become a teacher is because I find the "aha" moment (also known as the "lightbulb" moment) so exhilarating. I love it when a student finally understands something he has found difficult in the past. I feel a rush seeing the delight on a child's face when she masters a topic in class. Oh, the triumph! But some students, and you know you've had a few, are so beaten down by past failures that the "I can't" attitude is difficult to break…
Landforms and Spring Break! - Around the Kampfire
Learning about landforms with a hands-on landform building and narrative writing project.
Stuttering anchor charts FREEBIE
Anchor charts showing speech strategies and types of stuttering. I also included one page of cluttering strategies. Some are the same as stuttering strategies, but there are a few strategies specifically for cluttering. You can see these charts featured on my blog here: http://wp.me/p1yIvb-bL...
Good Grammar Is: Who vs. Whom
~Click here for a list of prepositions. ~THE ENGLISH CLASSROOM ARCHIVES: ~Well vs Good ~Mastering the Semicolon ~Word of the Week: No. 3 – accoutrements Images: (1) SaveSave
French Tenses Made Easy: Express Past, Present and Future Without Using the Actual Tenses
Learn some easy way to express past, present & future in french within 5 minutes with a simple guide to help you learn quicker.
A Great Classroom Poster Featuring The Most Common Grammar Mistakes
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education