Classroom, Curriculum, Elementary, High School, Junior High, school

How to Differentiate Process in Your Classroom

Differentiating in the classroom is one of my passions. It is seriously one of my favourite parts about teaching – to get to really know my students and plan specifically for them. I love seeing students succeed and meet their own personal social, academic, or behaviour goals. Of course, when we discuss differentiation, there are… Continue reading How to Differentiate Process in Your Classroom

Classroom, Curriculum, Elementary, High School, Junior High

How to Effectively Differentiate Content in Your Classroom

When we talk about differentiation in the classroom, there are quite a few different things we can and should be altering based on different students’ needs. Primarily, teachers deal with differentiating content, process, product, and environment. There are extremely effective ways to differentiate all of these areas, and teachers generally use an assortment of these… Continue reading How to Effectively Differentiate Content in Your Classroom

Fun Stuff

A Day in the Life of a Teacher on Valentine’s Day (as told by The Office)

As teachers, when holidays (especially fake, Hallmark holidays, like Valentine's Day) roll around, we go through a range of emotions. On the one hand, these are some of the best days we have - we get to have class parties, decorate, create fun themed assignments, and dress up. On the other had, we have to… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Teacher on Valentine’s Day (as told by The Office)

Curriculum, Elementary, High School, Junior High, school

Tips to Set-Up and Organize Your Physical Education Classes

I spent a few years teaching gym as the formal "gym teacher" as well as teaching my homeroom class their P.E. I have to admit, I first went into the role thinking it was going to be completely slack. I learned pretty quickly that I was sorely mistaken. Right away, I realized the amount of… Continue reading Tips to Set-Up and Organize Your Physical Education Classes

Curriculum, Resources

15 Education Podcasts All Teachers Should Be Listening To

I don't know about you guys, but I am obsessed with podcasts. I used to spend my time listening to Cardi B and Old Dominion and Shakra, but now I'm onto podcasts. I feel like I am much more productive listening to them while I'm running or on my commute as opposed to music. I… Continue reading 15 Education Podcasts All Teachers Should Be Listening To

Resources

First Freebie Friday: April 3, 2020

Hi everyone! I want to introduce a new idea to you all: First Freebie Friday. On the first Friday of each month I'm going to post a free resource on my Teachers Pay Teachers store for everyone! I hope this will be a good way to share with everyone and give out some ideas for… Continue reading First Freebie Friday: April 3, 2020