How to talk about Autism: 3 Useful Videos for Your Classroom

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Unlike many illnesses, Autism is especially difficult to discuss because we are still looking to understand just what it is and how Autism works. So how can you use this opportunity to teach your students about Autism, what it is, and how they can help? In today’s internet age it’s easy. In fact, these 3… Read more »

Celebrating Pi Day!

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This post was written by a member of OverDrive’s Collection Development Team to promote titles for using during your Pi Day teachings and celebrations.   This year’s Pi Day isn’t just any ol’ holiday that celebrates an irrational and transcendental number, but a once in a lifetime date in which the year lines up with… Read more »

Celebrating Women’s History Month

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March is Women’s History Month which makes it the perfect time to celebrate and study some of the great women who have shaped the history of not just America but the whole world. Whether you’re teaching about Amelia Earhart, Rosie the Riveter and how women helped win the World Wars, the Women’s suffrage movement or… Read more »

Celebrate Read Across America Day!

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Monday March 2nd is the day that schools across the country will celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss and a love of reading with parties all day long. This year you can help your students get in the spirit with tons of great Teacher’s Notebook materials for students of all ages. This year, students and… Read more »

The Joy of Reading

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This post was written by shop owner Geaux Teach Online. I love to read! I love books, bookstores (especially secondhand ones), and anything to do with reading. E-readers are great, too! I have one that I thoroughly enjoy using, but there’s just something about holding a book in your hand. This love of reading was… Read more »

Benefits of Teaching Math Games

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This post was written by Mrs. Naufal’s Nook. You can view her shop here. Have you ever considered a Math Games Day at your school?   Providing students with math games encourages consolidation of concepts studied in class.  Students are able to apply their mathematical knowledge while increasing their skills.  Math games often foster a positive… Read more »

Differentiated Instruction: The Method Behind the Madness

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This was written by IgnitED. Check out there shop here. Every teacher would love to have a classroom full of students who are all on the same level, learn and progress at the same rate. In the Utopian world this classroom does exist, however in the real world classrooms are filled with children who learn… Read more »

Preparing for the Heart of the Winter Months: Biography Certificates with Microsoft Word

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This post is written by Tris Lane, owner of the Chalkspot shop on Teacher’s Notebook The holiday season is a great time to spend with family and friends. It is also a wonderful time to reflect on the activities, successes, and growth areas that occurred during the past year. As a teacher, reflecting takes on… Read more »

Help your students resolve to read more in 2015

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Creating a New Year’s resolution is a time-honored tradition. We vow to better ourselves in some fashion, be it improving our health or donating more to charity. Resolutions can be a great way to help improve students in the classroom as well. As classes return from break, now is a great time to have your… Read more »

What are cognates?

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Vocabulary/vocabulario, animal/animal, actor/actor, color/color are just a few of the thousand of English and Spanish cognates. Cognates are an important part of learning English. Cognates are words in two languages that have the same or similar meaning, spelling, and pronunciation. Spanish and English cognates include: doctor/doctor, family/familia, construction, constuccion, and electricity/electricidad. Some languages like Spanish… Read more »