Theme is one of the concepts that is taught often, but students seem to lose rather quickly. It is a difficult concept to grasp and one that requires lots of critical and abstract thinking. But there are ways to lighten this conceptual load and… Continue Reading “3 Ways to Teach Theme to Secondary Students”
Get your students moving and improving their writing in just five minutes with Musical Revisions.
Over the past few years, I have seen a major interest in Escape Rooms, especially their use in classrooms. I have always been intrigued by them, but I didn’t feel confident implementing one in my own classroom, until now. I wanted to find a… Continue Reading “Using an Escape Room to Teach Plagiarism”
Teacher burnout is something that every teacher has heard about and most of us have experienced. We get worn down, exhausted, and frustrated. Our to-do lists never seem to improve and our motivation dwindles every minute. Feeling burnt out sucks! I have felt it… Continue Reading “Beat the Burnout! 5 Things To Do for a Reset”
One of the most important things we can do in this technological age is review Email Etiquette with our students. Even if the students have practiced Email Etiquette before, reviewing this material helps reinforce good habits and gives them opportunities to practice good communication.… Continue Reading “Email Etiquette! 3 Things to Remember While Planning”