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Teacher Resources

Page history last edited by MrsK Books 9 years, 2 months ago

  Welcome to your Teacher Resource Page,

I will be posting some of the most recent articles that can inspire your instruction and update you on what our nation is saying about educational strategies....

 

Keep inspiring your students, you are an exceptional educator whose dedication inspires me...

 

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Back to School Fall Connections   Winter Connections  Spring Connections  Summer Discoveries 

February Connections 

 

 

Welcome Teacher Librarians and fellow educators:

Saving you time and keeping you informed about state and national changes will keep you in the loop, so please just copy any link or save any article to your professional files and pass them on to your staff.....

 

Simply scroll to the bottom of each of the seasonal reading pages, listed below, to find the newest updates for educational links and professional development.  I am always adding new articles across the content areas, as well as some of the newest connections for supplemental technology for student investigations and success.

Take a moment to view....  http://www.heartofateachermovie.com/

then.... give yourself a pat on the back for following your calling with the best of your talents/gifts/and creativity...

 

Just click on the book to learn more...

A great new read that will inspire many hours of reading-re-reading old literary friends.  What a delightful way to share with your family the joy that only a book can give.  Within these pages you will find famous names, their stories about their favorite books, as well as the inspiration that a great title plants within a reader's heart and mind.  A must read for the long winter evenings.... enjoy, share, and discuss !

 

  

Washington State History: Lesson Plans & Boxes

 

Research Template: The Big 6 Skills 

 

Interesting NonFiction for Kids

 

Top 10 Off the Shelf Reading List

Top AR Reading Recommendations

 

The Heart of a Teacher

 

Educators: Washington State=Race to the Top

 

IPad and Education

 

Interactive White Boards in the Classroom

 

Smart Board Lessons for every board and all subjects

 

Interactive White Board: Math

 

Teaching "People's History"

 

IXL Math for K-6

 

Excellence in Your Classroom: These Things That We Believe

 

Higher Order Thinking: HOT Levels for Engaging Students

 

Author Studies: Excellent for Mid-Year Testing Windows

 

4Teachers: Technology in the Classroom

  

Student Blogging: How To's

 

Scholastic Video Webcasts

 

Common Core Standards (CCSSO & NGA) Common Core Standards Document

 

Teaching with Primary Sources

 

Compass Learning (Math Samples)

 

21st Century: Expert Space Learning (Scholastic)

 

 

   

  Are you willing to take a few moments for a book chat?

This online discussion board is designed for our discussion about what we are reading.  Just click the link below and it will lead you to my book discussion.  I will be adding new thoughts every season, so check back often :-)

 

Before you click you will need to know how to use the site, don't be shy...it's easy once you've tried these steps..............

 

   1.  First you will need to sign in using your Facebook-Google-Yahoo entrance information to get started commenting (This information does not stay recorded on this wiki site so it will remain confidential every time you login). 

To read... just click on any of the discussion boards ! 

   2.  Once you sign in, you will be linked to the front page where you can read the introducion

   3.  Depending on which reader you are, there is a forum spot just click on the link

   4.  Once in the forum you can add what you are reading and I'll add a comment by that evening . . . . and the chat begins . . . .

 

  Reading Discussion Board  

   

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