Published: Sat, 24 Sep 2016 11:37:12 +0000
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZThe top components of a well-written lesson plan require eight steps. Together they will provide you with the perfect lesson plan.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZWhat is the role of a teacher? Learn a teacher's role along with the specific duties they must perform.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZSetting lesson plan objectives is the first step in writing lesson plans. Learn how to write clearly-defined objectives and goals.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you will find an educational philosophy sample statement. Use this example as inspiration to help you create your own statement.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZAnticipatory sets are meant to activate background knowledge for your students. Here you will learn how to prepare lesson plan anticipatory sets.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZAre you a teacher that is looking to make changes this new school year? Here are 10 goals that you should shoot for this year.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZWhat is a lesson plan? It is a detailed guide for how a lesson will be taught. Here is a quick guide on everything you need to know about a lesson plan.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere are 7 tips to help you dress like a professional elementary school teacher.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZThe fourth step in writing an effective lesson plan is Guided Practice. This section gives students a chance to practice the skills they've acquired.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you will find a collection of report card comments and suggestions to help you speed up the report card process.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you will find a list of October themes, holidays, and events with correlating activities for elementary students.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDesign an educational philosophy to guide your decision-making and to help remind you why you entered teaching in the first place.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZLearn how to assess student progress and meet learning objectives in this sixth step in the writing process called independent practice.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZWhat is the definition of an educational philosophy? See how to write and use this personal statement of a teacher's guiding principles of education.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZA collection of report card comments for math. These helpful phrases will make grading report cards that much easier.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDirect Instruction is the heart of a well-written lesson plan, it is how you will teach the information. Learn how to write this section effectively.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you will find a simple elementary writing rubric, along with a few samples of expository and narrative rubrics.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZClosure is the fifth step in writing a lesson plan for the elementary school classroom, providing a conclusion and context for the student learning.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you will find a list of September themes, holidays, and events with correlating activities for elementary students.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZA collection of report card comments for science. These helpful phrases will make grading report cards that much easier.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZUse this blank 8-part lesson plan template every time that you need to write a lesson plan for elementary school teaching.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZA basic elementary rubric. Learn how to use a scoring rubric in addition to a sample rubric that you can print.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZSuccessful teachers share these 6 key traits. Cultivate these attributes in yourself to maximize your effectiveness in the classroom.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZSee a definition of the teaching term TLM (Teaching/Learning Materials). These are items used in the classroom to support educational objectives.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZLesson plans are the bread and butter of good elementary school teaching. Here are some quick tips for writing a solid and clear lesson plan.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZThe Assessment and Follow-up section of a lesson plan describes how you will measure whether students have met the lesson plan's learning objectives.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZWhy Teach? Are you thinking about becoming a teacher? There are many benefits as well as rewards. Here are the top seven reasons to become a teacher.
2016-09-24T11:37:12Z5 Behavior management resources to help you establish and maintain effective classroom discipline.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZA simple guide of student expectations for new teachers. Learn tips and suggestions to help beginning teachers make realistic and achievable goals for their students.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you will find a simple essay rubric for elementary grade students, along with a few examples and tips on how to use them.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZMake learning fun! Browse these tips and you will discover 10 effective ways to make learning fun again!
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZA substitute folder is an essential resource for all elementary teachers to have in their classroom. Learn the types of materials to add to your folder to ensure your classroom will run smoothly while you are absent.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZWant to avoid summer brain drain? Discover a list of creative ways to prevent children from summer learning loss by having them partake in these summer enrichment ideas.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZCelebrate Johnny Appleseed in your classroom with a few fun activities and lesson ideas that go across the curriculum.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDealing with difficult students can be quite a challenge for teachers. Here you will learn five tips on how to combat this disruptive behavior.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you will learn five steps to building a student portfolio for academic assessment. Learn how to design and implement a portfolio program with your students.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZStart the year off right with a student welcome letter. Learn tips, suggestions and a sample letter for students and parents.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZGain knowledge on the basics of a classroom learning center. Discover what a learning center is, and how to set up and present them to your students.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZSample educational philosophy statements to help inspire and motivate you to write your own.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZCreative writing journal prompts offer focus and structure to your Journal Writing Program. These Journal Prompts are perfect for your elementary school students to use during writing time.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZWhat is a thematic unit? It is series of activities across the curriculum that are centered around one theme. Learn the key components and more.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHow to have a pleasant, productive day as a substitute teacher and be asked to return.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZSee the definition of the education term heterogeneous groups. This is a way to compose classrooms or study groups of students of varying abilities.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZLooking for ways to make sure your students hit those benchmarks? Here is a list of second grade goals for after the New Year to share with parents.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZUse this printable,blank reading lesson plan template for all of your elementary education language arts lessons and activities.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZA Healthy versus unhealthy food lesson plan for grades K-3. Students will be able to compare healthy foods vs unhealthy foods.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZAre you looking for resources that will help you write effective lesson plans? Here you will find 8 articles that will help you do just that.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDiscover 10 effective reading strategies and activities for your elementary school classroom.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDo you want to teach in a quiet classroom? Use these student discipline strategies to get a quiet classroom without losing your voice or repeating yourself.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDiscover 20 attention signals to get (and keep) your students attention. Plus: tips to help you keep your students' attention.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZLearn specific ways on how to introduce class rules to your elementary students. Including, creating no more than 3-5 rules at a time.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you will find a map skills thematic unit for first grade students. Discover activities such as: salt maps, body maps, cardinal direction activities and where I fit in the world.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZEssential techniques for scaffolding instruction to support student learning in an elementary classroom.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZChallenging students require customized behavior contracts to help them comply with your classroom discipline plan. Here's how to create behavior contracts for challenging students.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDon't spend your hard-earned money buying little material rewards for your students. Try These 9 free and effective classroom rewards.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZYou've scored a teacher interview, now it's time to learn how to ace it. How do you dress? What do you bring? What do you say? Learn the answers to all of these important questions and much more.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZLearn which procedures and routines are the key to a well managed, organized classroom.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHelp your students break the ice and get to know each other with this quick and easy selection of First Day of School ice breakers for elementary school classrooms. Perfect for Back to School.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZA collection of report card comments for social studies. These helpful phrases will help speed up the report card grading process.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZThis list of 40 speech topics can be used for impromptu oral presentations in the elementary school classroom. Make communications activities fun.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZIf you sense growing tension with a problem administrator, you must be proactive. Here are 6 tips to help you deal with a problem principal.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZLearn all about class meetings, or as some educators call them, Community Circle and how they really help with student discipline.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZAre you having trouble thinking of a comprehensive set of behavior rules for your elementary school classroom? Here's a set of sample classroom rules.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZSee the definition of the education term homogeneous groups or ability-based groups, where students of similar abilities are taught together.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZWhat is a teachable moment in the classroom? Here is the definition of a teachable moment in education as well as a few examples on how you can make the most of them, as well as how to create them.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZStudent teaching sample questions and statements for areas of observation by the cooperating teacher, college supervisor, and self-evaluation.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZUse this sample behavior contract to work on improving student discipline for your most challenging students. The sample behavior contract can be modified for use in your classroom.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZWhat is the definition of early childhood education? See which age groups this applies to, educational theory, and careers available in this area.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDiscover what teacher qualifications are needed to become an elementary school teacher. This includes education, degree, licensing, certification and continuing education.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDon't miss this effective behavior management strategy elementary teachers use in their classrooms to promote positive classroom behavior.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZAre you committing a teacher faux pas? Review these must-not-do rules and make sure you're not going astray.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you will learn how to develop your students writing skills by using the six traits of writing approach, as well as teaching activities for each component.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you will find valuable advice from veteran teachers, as well as a few tips and tricks. You have questions, we have the answers.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZAre you thinking about becoming an elementary school teacher? Here are 8 signs you were meant to be a teacher.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZAre you wondering how to start tutoring? Tutoring can be a lucrative and rewarding venture. Use these tips to learn how to be a tutor.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZLearn how to create emergency lesson plans for elementary students. Here you will find tips, suggestions and ideas to help plan for those unplanned absences.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZAn examination of the various ways that teachers can arrange students desks in the classroom.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZLearn how to grade elementary students in this in-depth guide for elementary teachers. Discover the do's and don'ts, grading scales, using rubrics and much more.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZWhat Does a Great Lesson Look Like from the outside? Get an insider's look with this in-depth article.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZBrowse this creative collection of bulletin board ideas for teachers. Discover unique ideas that will make your classroom complete.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZA fun and colorful kindergarten writing lesson plan called Rainbow Writing.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZUse this Thanksgiving Vocabulary word list for a variety of classroom uses, including word walls, word searches, lesson plans, puzzles, and more.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZTeach your students Map Skills with this Geography Lesson Plan. Map Skills are an important skill for your students to learn.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZUse this list of classroom jobs to assign jobs to your students in the elementary school classroom, from pencil sharpener to bulletin board monitor.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you find sample rubric templates, and specific examples of qualifiers. Plus: verbs and verb phrases to help you write your description of the performance characteristics.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDiscover cooperative learning tips, techniques and much more. Learn how it works and group management tips and commonly used strategies.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZHere you will find a short and long vowel lesson plan to help elementary students learn to differentiate between the two, as well as be able to recognize, remember, and produce the sounds of each.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZLanguage arts report card comments. Here are a variety of language arts report card comments to help you convey the perfect phrase.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZShould you offer your students extrinsic rewards? Here is a way to offer classroom incentives that cost nothing as your behavior management program.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZAre you looking to improve your teaching? Here are 10 ways to be a better elementary school teacher today.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZBefore you show up for your job interview, use these common interview questions to prepare your answers and calm your nerves.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZJournal Writing is a fun and effective way to teach your students good writing habits. Here are a few tips on how to inspire your students.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDo you have five minutes to spare? Discover 5 minute activities that can be done in between lessons, before lunch or anytime you have an extra moment to spare.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZThe Scientific Method defined. Teach the Scientific Method in your elementary school classroom.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZDiscover a collection of behavior management tips and ideas that will help motivate good behavior from your elementary school students. Learn ideas such as; pick a stick, morning message, traffic control and much more.
2016-09-24T11:37:12Z7 common buzzwords that are used in education. Stay up-to-date with the latest educational jargon and their meanings in this quick guide for teachers.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZUse this 100 Christmas word list to create a variety of educational activities that cross the curriculum. Create word walls, puzzles,and exercises.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZLearn tips and tricks on how to deal with cleanliness in the classroom.
2016-09-24T11:37:12ZWhy should teachers pause and engage themselves in self-reflection? Here is why it's important to engage in self-reflect.
2016-09-24T11:37:12Z10 ways to creating and maintaining a productive classroom environment.