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Creating a Class Newsletter with Google Slides and Remind

Effective communication between teachers and parents is one of the greatest factors of student success. The more teachers communicate with parents, the more parents will understand about the classroom, procedures, and their child’s progress in class. While we all know that teacher/parent communication is important, it can often be difficult to put systems into place… Read More Creating a Class Newsletter with Google Slides and Remind

EdTech PD, GSuite, Instructional, PD, Technology, Uncategorized

Four Easy Steps for Flipping the Classroom

Last weekend, I presented at the SGV Summit and one of my presentations was on “Four Easy Steps for Flipping Your Classroom”.  The attendees were amazing and I was so excited to receive such positive feedback on this session.  Since there is so much information to cover in this session, I promised the attendees that… Read More Four Easy Steps for Flipping the Classroom

Instructional, Math, Uncategorized

Fun with Skittles – An Activity with Fractions, Decimals, & Percents

When teaching fractions, decimals, & percents, I try to make it fun because the students tend to struggle with converting between the three.  By bringing in Skittles, the students will be able to complete the activity in an enjoyable way! I did this activity a few years ago and it was a great success!  I… Read More Fun with Skittles – An Activity with Fractions, Decimals, & Percents

Instructional, Math, Uncategorized

Ratios, Proportions, & Scale Project – Dream Bedroom

My goal this year is to implement projects into my classroom.  I believe project-based learning is a great method for students to learn.  It allows them to get away from the typical “lecture” style classroom and work with materials and ideas that they have not work with before. So, this week I created a “Dream… Read More Ratios, Proportions, & Scale Project – Dream Bedroom