Thank You! I wish that I were a better writer so that I could more accurately convey to you all the overwhelming gratitude I am feeling on my nomination for the Blogger Recognition Award! Maybe it’s because it’s Back-to-School week, maybe it’s the barometric pressure (hello Irma), but I just cannot seem to say this […]
I originally wrote this article for Connie Deal of Lessons and Learning for Littles at the beginning of the Summer. Since many of you missed it, I wanted to re-post it here and give you a little update on what’s been going on in the background over there… well… Since then, Connie has been a […]
Differentiate with Ketchup and Pickle Folders! You know how important it is to differentiate work for your students. This is challenging in an inclusion classroom (or ANY class!) where you have many students with different types of specific learning needs. These folders are an essential element in my inclusion classroom, and make it easy to […]
Teaching isn’t hard. I mean, not everyone can do it, but once you are one, you realize it. You just spent 4 + years in school learning how to teach, and ironically that’s not the part you need help with. If you are meant to be a teacher, the teaching comes naturally. The love, […]
New Teacher! Tips for Classroom management! Behavior management is the most important aspect of a strong classroom. Once you find your behavior management style, you can easily get control of your new class- even the tough ones!