msleahhbicoftheartroom:

The most beautiful classroom I’ve ever seen EVER. 

London, United Kingdom

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adventuresofastudentteacher:

ambedu:

Sign that I made for my sixth graders to hopefully prevent texting slang. I explained that I expect academic language in my room, and although abbreviations are fine outside of school, in class we need to spell out the entire word.

Lol

adventuresofastudentteacher:

ambedu:

Sign that I made for my sixth graders to hopefully prevent texting slang. I explained that I expect academic language in my room, and although abbreviations are fine outside of school, in class we need to spell out the entire word.

Lol


world-shaker:

MindMeister is an online mind mapping software that works like an extension of your brain. Think of it as a digital catch basin for your team’s best ideas — team members can contribute to business plans within the tool. Creative minds can piece together the big plan section by section. After the initial steps are laid out, they can be tweaked and assigned. But the app has uses cases far beyond business. If you’re planning a vacation, creating a budget or even studying for an exam, MindMeister can help you organize and visualize your big thoughts and little details in a coherent way.
Conduct Your Most Epic Brainstorm Sessions on MindMeister

world-shaker:

MindMeister is an online mind mapping software that works like an extension of your brain. Think of it as a digital catch basin for your team’s best ideas — team members can contribute to business plans within the tool. Creative minds can piece together the big plan section by section. After the initial steps are laid out, they can be tweaked and assigned. But the app has uses cases far beyond business. If you’re planning a vacation, creating a budget or even studying for an exam, MindMeister can help you organize and visualize your big thoughts and little details in a coherent way.

Conduct Your Most Epic Brainstorm Sessions on MindMeister

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classroomcollective:

Third grade students from Mr. Salsich’s class (http://jmsalsich.edublogs.org/) at Deans Mill School explain how to make inferences while reading.



everyfiredies:

ditchingclass:

The best teachers are thieves sometimes. I saw one of these taped to each desk in a colleague’s classroom today and I think it’s a great way to foster discourse using academic language. Obviously, it would have to be taught, but this could serve as a good reminder.

Socratic Seminar relevance!

everyfiredies:

ditchingclass:

The best teachers are thieves sometimes. I saw one of these taped to each desk in a colleague’s classroom today and I think it’s a great way to foster discourse using academic language. Obviously, it would have to be taught, but this could serve as a good reminder.

Socratic Seminar relevance!

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classroomcollective:

Fluency Reading Voices

classroomcollective:

Fluency Reading Voices


classroomcollective:

Anchor charts for daily 5

classroomcollective:

Anchor charts for daily 5


classroomcollective:

Understanding equals

classroomcollective:

Understanding equals