Real Teacher Blogs

How Do Holidays Always Sneak Up on Me?
By: Mrs. Mimi's Chalk Talks
Valentine’s Day has come and gone, and if you’re like me, major holidays sneak up on you out of NOWHERE!  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve...
Using Data in Your School: Part 2
By: Gardner-Webb University
Data assists teachers and administrators in making instructional decisions about how to improve curriculum and teaching strategies.
Baby, It's Cold Outside! Surviving the Winter Blues
By: Outside the Box Teaching Ideas
"With winter days passing one into another and no hope of an early spring, I find myself struggling to escape the winter doldrums or as I like to...
Using Data in Your School: Part 1
By: Gardner-Webb University
Data is an essential tool that can be a catalyst for change within a school system if all stakeholders understand how to disseminate the information...
Have You Made Your Mark? Helping Children Think Creatively
By: The Wise Hummingbird
In this narrative and lesson by The Wise Hummingbird, children are encouraged to "make their mark!". Based on "The Dot" by Peter Reynolds.
Top 10 Videos and Podcasts Illustrating Students Teaching Students Through the Use of Video
By: Digital Media in the Classroom
I talk a lot about the power of video and media literacy in my blogs, but this particular topic, students teaching students through video, is one...
Teacher Reminder: Students Didn't Choose Their Parents
By: Lisa Mims
“They did not choose their parents..." “They didn’t choose their genetic pool.” “They couldn’t say I want two college-educated parents who love me,...
5 Classroom Resolutions You Can Actually Keep!
By: Outside the Box Teaching Ideas
TeachHUB blogger, Myree Conway, discusses 5 New Year's classroom resolutions any teacher can keep! "The excitement before Christmas was high and...
Transforming Digital Natives to Digital Citizens
By: Teach on the Edge
This real teacher blogger shares how she helped her digital savvy students turn into digital citizens.
Using Picture Books in Elementary School Teaching
By: Outside the Box Teaching Ideas
I love books of all shapes and sizes. I also love sharing this great passion with my students as much as possible. Although my fourth graders are...

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