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November 2019 Teacher Talk

Posted by Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

It’s November Teacher Talk Time…..Can you believe that Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away. Time sure flies.  We have so many great tips and ideas for you from awesome educators. Be sure to take a look at what everyone has to say.

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Empathy and Digital Citizenship
I can only speak for myself,
but I bet that many of us have not even thought about speaking with our
students concerning using good manners when commenting on that blog
post, or stating opinions on social media sites.  Not only do our
classes need to be educated about online etiquette, or netiquette
but they have to learn to be careful about what kind of information they share online.
 For the Love of Bookmaking
November . . . the time of year when students are starting to get antsy for Winter Break, yet it’s still not close enough. Teachers are tired, parent conference time and report cards are here, the time change has made it darker earlier. . . Bookmaking is the perfect solution for reinvigorating your students’ writing in any content area!
By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning

Our family has a reunion every year at Thanksgiving time. We are
scattered all over the country (actually all over the world) now, but
each year as many as possible try to meet up for a banquet cooked by
professional chefs (yay!) rather than by any of us.

 The value of learning about number lines
 Number lines help your students to learn skills they will need for the rest of their lives. Use these tips all year long!
The Superintendent’s Tears
 We made our superintendent cry. Read about how we did it .
 Meaningful Activities to Do Before Winter Break
 Here are two free activities to use before the Winter Holidays.
 Supporting Reluctant Writers
By Marcy Howe of It’s a Teacher Thing

Learn easy, effective tips for supporting reluctant writers in your 4th through 8th grade classroom.

Gentle Rebellion 101: A Teaching Story
By Tracy Willis of Mossy Oak Musings

 “Once upon a time, there was a fearsome dandelion fighter. Every week, he rode a 20 horsepower mower across an immaculate lawn… a lawn manicured so carefully that when the neighborhood association whipped out its Home Depot measuring tape, no matter where they measured, his grass was exactly 1 1/2 inches tall… ” 
 Looking deeper at craft and structure in the Common Core
By Lisa Robles of LisaTeachR

 Looking deeper at craft and structure in the Common Core

 Five Tips for Your Native American Lessons
By Michelle Webb of Teaching Ideas For Those Who Love Teaching

 Tips to make your Native American unit a success.

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Safety on the Internet with Digital Citizenship

By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern


Image by IPractice Learning and Connecting


What is Digital Citizenship? You might wonder.  Read these blog posts from some creative

educators to find out.


   By Megan Bodmann of Adventures Teaching 4th Grade

Learn ways to easily incorporate digital citizenship into your lessons and find free resources.


6 Digital Citizenship Do’s

By Kathie Yonemura of Tried and True Teaching Tools

                                         In this age of technology, teaching students to become responsible digital citizens is crucial. Discover the 6 Do’s of Digital Citizenship!


Becoming Better Digital Citizens

By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning

           Using paper and pencil rehearsals to guide students as they become better digital citizens.


A Few Thoughts about Digital Citizenship

By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

               Years ago, before the onset of digital technology, an educator’s job basically consisted of teaching academics. Social Skills were learned at home.


By Lisa Robles of LisaTeachR’s Classroom

What is digital citizenship? It’s about being responsible users of technology.


5 Great Websites for Teaching Digital Citizenship 

By Crystal Brown of Dr Crystal Brown

This post provides a list and description of five websites that offer teachers free resources to teach their students how to be responsible, digital citizens.



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