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.
Between a combination of iPad2s and iPad minis, my classroom finally has a 1-to-1 iPad ratio. I am beyond ecstatic, but to whom much is given much is required. While I am worried about the well being and upkeep of $10,000 worth of iPads in my classroom, I try to keep the […]
A few weeks ago, I shared with you the importance of having “Real World” talks with your students. Here is the hyperlink, if you would like to read part one of Why You Need To Have Real World Talks With Your Kids. If you have already read the first part, […]
Are you talking with your kids? No, not your children at home–though I would hope you’re having these kinds of conversations with them as well. However, I want to know if you’re having conversations with your students? And by conversations, I mean are you discussing topics and real-life situations that your students […]