Teaching Tip Tuesdays

Teaching Tip Tuesday – Packing Up for the Year

June 15, 2009

Last year when I inherited my new classroom, I also inherited a mess. It took me nearly two weeks to clean the classroom up, organize resources, throw out garbage, and clean off the chalkboard. I really wasn’t expecting to walk into a disaster [Keep Reading]

A Day in the Life of a Supply Teacher

June 2, 2009

Hello again, it’s Witgirl! I’m here to help out Chase who is busily preparing report cards this week. He feels he absolutely cannot go a Tuesday without posting a Teaching Tip, this is where I come in. I’m not exactly sure if [Keep Reading]

Teaching Tip Tuesday – Procedures

May 26, 2009

Teachers need to have procedures in place for every single routine in the classroom. These procedures need to be communicated to the students. But they do not need to be written down anywhere. A procedure, quite simply, is a series of steps that [Keep Reading]

Teaching Tip Tuesday – Rules to Live By

May 19, 2009

Children do not learn important social skills, morals, or values unless they are taught them. These basic life skills and attitudes need to be transmitted to children in some way. When I first became a teacher, I didn’t think that it was part of [Keep Reading]

Teaching Tip Tuesday – Classroom Scrabble

May 5, 2009

The best board game ever invented, in my humble opinion, is Scrabble. One of the reasons I like Scrabble is that it challenges the mind and is not merely just a game of chance. I think I also have an affinity for the game since it has always been a [Keep Reading]

Teaching Tip Tuesday – Be Flexible

April 28, 2009

Teachers need to be prepared. I can’t emphasize this enough. I make sure that I draw up very detailed year plans and day plans.  I am very well organized in my classroom. Unfortunately all the planning and organizing can sometimes not be [Keep Reading]

Teaching Tip Tuesdays – Seating Plan

April 14, 2009

I want to keep this edition of Teaching Tip Tuesday fairly short. I think teachers should be helping each other by sharing what works with them and their classrooms. I hope you have found my past columns here helpful. Please email me or leave a [Keep Reading]
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