With summer approaching, we are going to stop posting daily resources and pick back up next school year. In the meantime, check out the great content from all of our blogging contributors:
Have a great summer!
Going into the summer, consider looking at your homework policy and ask yourself if it is the best for your students. This is a column on eSchoolNews from Raymond Steinmetz about his struggles to ditch homework.
Is it time to ditch homework for good?
More from Mr. Steinmetz
I had to repost this great way to get started with eduprotocols in the history classroom from Adam Moler (@moler3031).
A History Teacher’s Favorite Eduprotocols
More from Mr. Moler
Today’s resource is a great blog post from @SNTeaching about FREE tools in the Blended ELA Classroom.
My Fave Free Tech Tools for Teachers
More from Ms. Cartledge
As the school year ends, it is always a good time to start looking at summer professional development opportunities. The Young Educators Society of Rhode Island (YESRI) and Erin Hall put together an excellent newsletter of professional development here in Rhode Island and beyond!
Summer Learning from YESRI
More from YESRI
Today’s resources is a great blog post from Kara Wojick (@RileyReadsYA) about using Quizizz in the ELA classroom.
A Fun, Online Game That’s Inclusive
More from Ms. Wojick
Check out this great interview with Education Engagement Manager for The MIND Institute – Calli Wright (@CalliWrights). The hosts ask Calli about the power of play in education and their flagship math program, STMath.
Instant Relevance Podcast on Anchor
Instant Relevance Podcast on iTunes
Instant Relevance Podcast on VoicEd.ca
More from Raymond Steinmetz
I definitely learned something new in this blog post by preservice teacher Paige Wilson (@PAWilson_edu). Who knew Merge Cubes were a thing!?
Teaching English with Merge Cubes
More from Ms. Wilson
Today’s resource is a great playlist for professional development on engaging students in Higher Level Thinking. This was part of the Highlander Institute’s Blended and Personalized Learning Conference last year.
Engaging Students in Higher Level Thinking