BEDS It’s BEDS day! Woohoo! If you need codes and more, click here to get the information you need. To access the BEDS site, make sure you are using Google Chrome and go to this Web site: http://eservices.nysed.gov/taa/
I always hated history in school, and even into college, I thought it was the most boring subject. I knew the basics of our country,but to be honest, I didn’t really have a buy-in or a true care. Most of this changed when I was involved in a federally funded grant program called, “The Teaching American History” program. Once per… Read More
As professionals, we are simply finding ways to improve our interactions with students. We are helping our students gather the information they need using the vast amount of materials now available at our fingertips. Just remember, a Blog, the Internet, and technology CANNOT replace the power that is the teacher!
Below is the link for a few anchor charts and beginning of the year posters to use in your classroom. They are mainly for elementary teachers, but can definitely be used in higher grade levels, as well. Mood Anchor Chart Summarizing Anchor Chart Classroom Constitution The entire bundle is available at Mr. Mault’s Marketplace! Enjoy! -Dan
The world of educational, in-classroom apps is ever changing. We have included some of the tried and true apps that we have either used or have seen used with kids. We tried to include a few apps from across the curriculum, including those that we can use to assess students, those that teach, and those that will help us maintain… Read More
Students love music, and quite frankly, they love talking about music. At the beginning of the last school year, I decided to try something out…after some careful planning and researching Close reading question types a bit, I developed close reading questions to pair with music that I knew my kids liked. I began with the song, “Roar,” by Katie Perry…. Read More