Posted by Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern
Welcome to our February Teacher Talk. All of us from the Teacher Talk collaborative would like wish you a Happy Valentines Day. We have so many fab things this month from Field Trips and ELA and reading ideas, to celebrating Black History Month and President’s Day, you don’t want to miss reading these blog posts from some awesome educators. If you’re interested in joining this unique group of teacher entrepreneurs
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Have I Ever Told You?
Adding more to the air than love this February.
Ya Gotta Love Field Trips or Not!
By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern
Black History Month Celebration
By Michelle Webb of Teaching Ideas For Those Who Love Teaching
Showcase your students’ learning with a black history month celebration. Show your students learning creatively, inviting parents along the way.
Design a Monster: A Makerspace Activity
By Laura Cripe of Under One Roof
Makerspace activities are all the rage these days. Learn how my kids used our makerspace to design and create their own Halloween monster. This is the perfect activity for elementary students who are too excited about Halloween to do any kind of regular school work.
How to Choose Between Eager of Anxious
By Charlene Tess of Charlene Tess
Be sure to say what you mean when choosing between “eager” and “anxious.”
By Marcy Howe of It’s a Teacher Thing
Differentiating in your classroom can be a lot easier than you may think. Learn five easy ways to differentiate in your 4th through 8th grade classroom and help all students succeed.
Here’s your go-to for some Valentine’s help!!
3 Questions to Get You Through Teacher Evaluation Season
By Tracy Willis of Wild Child Designs
It’s that time of year…You’re going to be observed and evaluated. What will you teach? Sometimes, it feels like a dog and pony show. These 3 questions will help you authentically reflect on your growth.
Tried & True Bookmaking: Pop-Up Book
Here’s an oldie but a goodie: the pop-up book. Kids (and adults) never get tired of making these because there are so many options for creativity.