Reflections of a high school teacher after one week of teaching in the hybrid schedule. Download a copy of the author's Class TImer and Brain Break Google slides.
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Teaming up with a STEM Science Coach or mentor can be rewarding to both you and your students. I was surprised at the impact a science mentor has on students when I recieved an email from a former student.
Card sorts are a great way to bring powerful retrieval practice into your classroom. You will find several Card Sort Hacks you can use to step up your game! You can even share these digitally to students to cut and complete at home.
With millions of teachers and students facing remote-learning because of COVID-19, a global experiment may be a great way to engage students at home.
Particulate diagrams are all the rage in chemical education. Learn simple tricks to create your own!
There is a new process to renew your National Board certification coming in 2021.
This is Part 5 of a 5 part series* on National Board Certification in Early Adolescence and Young Adult Science. This post will focus on Component 4: Effective and Reflective Practitioner. It involves identifying an area where your students need to grow and an area where you need to grow professionally.
Teacher burnout - it is real. How can teacher's adopt more sustainable grading practices to improve their work-life balance?