Teachers, it’s that special time of year where we often spend too much money to make our classrooms look their very best. Although I haven’t discovered a solution to prevent over spending, I have become more conscious of how much money I am spending on my classroom by creating a […]
My 10th graders will participate in a student mock election for the U.S. Presidential Election on Tuesday and I was stumped on how to make the experience more memorable for them when I found this amazing “I Voted” sticker template on TpT. Since adults receive an “I Voted” sticker to […]
I know it’s crazy to post about a stapler. However, I believe in sharing anything that makes teaching a little easier. If you do not have access to an industrial stapler at your school or if you are losing precious time to hunt down or use one in the teacher workroom, […]
I was tired of using random pieces of paper, so I created a simple and functional weekly “To Do” list. I hope it’s useful for you. Enjoy. 🙂 Simply click the preview of the template or the download link below.
Now that I’m at an Early College and see my students only 2-3 times per week, keeping track of absent work and copies for absent students has become a nightmare. Although I use technology like Schoology and Remind to help students keep track of their day-to-day assignments, these apps do not […]
I’ve never been overly excited about Halloween, but I’d like to take a moment to share something that really brightened my day—I was booed. I’m not sure who started this at my school, but I’d love to say thank you. This small gesture truly cheered me up and it was just […]
I decided to introduce myself to my Early College students and parents a little differently this year. Instead of a PowerPoint, I decided to use a “Meet the Teacher” handout. Although I was able to find a few templates online, none of them were well suited for a high school […]
I thought it would be nice to give you a tour of my classroom before the teacher magic happens. I’d love your thoughts on how to transform my room into a student friendly environment for my Early College students. I’ll do an update once my classroom is set up.
I don’t know about you, but I always struggle with maintaining a reasonable work-life balance during the school year. There’s always something to do and eating healthier is a particular struggle because I’d rather get takeout than grocery shop. However, I just discovered something that might help. Today, […]
A popular expression says, “Teachers encourage minds to think, hands to create, and hearts to love.” Well last week, I received some of the fruit from my labor when my Early College students chose my classroom door to decorate for a Valentine’s Day contest. My students worked for weeks to […]