Since it is Friday, I had to repost this amazing piece from Rae Hughart (@RaeHughart) about creating lessons that can last the test of time.
Not just good on Fridays – #TeachBetter
More from Ms. Hughart
If you liked the first Admin Roundtable episode of the Edusations Podcast with Mr. Phil Strunk (@MrPStrunk), check out Part 2 with Teacher Interview Tips!
More from Phil Strunk
I had to repost this amazing blog from about using podcasting, stop motion, and Vlogging for student choice in the science classroom. We have been so lucky to have her as a contributor to this network!
Podcasting, Stop Motion, and Vlogging in Science
More from Mrs. CJ
Today’s resource is a great playlist for professional development on giving students voice and choice. This was part of the Highlander Institute’s Blended and Personalized Learning Conference last year.
Encouraging Student Ownership of Learning
Check out this great interview with Executive Director of TeachPlus Massachusetts and Rhode Island – Mr. Paul Toner. The hosts discuss with Paul the ways in which personalized learning can make learning relevant for all students as well as Paul’s experience leading the Massachusetts Teachers Association.
Instant Relevance Podcast on Anchor
Instant Relevance Podcast on iTunes
Instant Relevance Podcast on VoicEd.ca
More from Raymond Steinmetz
I had to re-post this great piece from @ChouinardJahant about bringing engagement and collaboration to your classroom.
Six Simple Strategies for Engagement and Collaboration in Any Classroom
More from Mrs. CJ
Interested in using Grammarly (@grammarly) in the ELA Classroom? Check out this great piece from the amazing Jamie Knouse (@6thgradetchers).
Using Grammarly in the ELA Classroom
More from Ms. Knouse – Middle School ELA and Math