Did you know April is Poetry Month? I didn’t. If you are looking for ways to incorporate poetry into your class, check out these sites:
http://www.poets.org/national-poetry-month/poster-gallery – free poster promoting poetry month 2015, limited posters from previous years for $5.http://www.edutopia.org/blog/9-mobile-apps-for-poetry-monica-burns– apps for your iPad or Android, some free, some with a small fee
http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactiv es/word-mover-b-30964.html – web-based “magnetic poetry” app with options for different word banks, backgrounds, and colors. (Hint: this is only one of the many educational tools available from “readwritethink”.
Oklahoma's financial picture is fragmented right now. Hurricane Harvey is wreaking havoc on the commodities markets, and previously established values are not necessarily holding true right now.
If you are trying to cut down on the amount of paper you use to track internal processes and requests, then JotForm may be the answer to your problems!
What a whirlwind August was! Through conducting on-site trainings and regional professional days over the last month, the Teaching & Learning team was honored to teach and learn with nearly 2,000 educators across the state.
Fact: Your classroom is full of barriers Every teacher faces a few “elephants” in the classroom. You might refer to them as barriers, distractions or interruptions--things that get in the way of students being fully engaged in their learning. No matter the term you use, though, they require you to reconsider how you relate to and instruct your students and how you manage your classroom.