Real Teacher Blogs

social stories
By: Special Ed Resource Room
Social stories topped my to-do list yesterday and are a huge part of some of our students’ daily school life, but I’ve never had an “official”...
Technology in the Classroom
By: Web20Classroom Blog
Seems like a no brainer right? Earth, science, they just go together. But Google Earth is way more than a glorified stand alone Google Map. There are...
By: Outside the Box Teaching Ideas
I refuse to allow technology to win the daily battle for attention from my students. After all, it is MY job to stimulate their minds and expand...
By: Putting Ed Tech Into Practice
Document cameras are a great tool for teachers. They allow teachers to take what used to be individual assignments and turn them into class...
Assistive Technology
By: Special Ed Resource Room
I am working on plans for next week and something that I need to figure out is how to get writing samples from students who do not yet have the fine...
By: Teach on the Edge
This summer, my school made a decision not simply to open social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, but to essentially hijack them as learning...
By: Digital Media in the Classroom
Digital media teacher Don Goble makes the case for using video tutorials, both as a teacher and in student projects, to engage modern students in the...
Classroom management
By: Laura Candler, TeachHUB Blogger
I’m excited to become a part of the TeachHUB blogging team! When I was asked to select a theme for my articles, it didn’t take long to settle on “...
By: Outside the Box Teaching Ideas
I always knew I wanted to be a teacher. Not just any teacher, a cool teacher. The kind of teacher that kids would go home and tell their parents...
By: Steve Moore, The Optimistic Educator
The intentions of a teacher, a school, and a community always start with our most fundamental thoughts. If we’re really going to change how school...

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