So I’ve been working hard on creating a super cute freebie for you all. Let me set the scene a bit more so as to tempt you :-). The freebie is a series of 5 posters. The posters are in full colour with extremely cute graphics. They are most suitable for the junior primary grades, [...]
I think one of the most difficult parts of being a teacher is the classroom behaviour management. I remember at University we were required to write a statement outlining our philosophy of classroom behaviour management. Mine is below: “As a teacher it is my responsibility to maintain harmony and the process of learning in the [...]
Recently I’ve had a few people ask me how I keep track of the blogs I follow. Back before I knew too much about all this, I just bookmarked pages and blogs that I liked. However, since mobile devices have come in to my life and I follow more than 50 blogs, I have had [...]
Recently I wrote about arranging the space of my very first classroom and how the dream of this compared to the reality. You can read more about this and also check out my ideal classroom layout at my recent post: Do You Have An Ideal Classroom Layout? I received a comment from Michelle asking how [...]
Is there anyone out there feeling lucky? A colleague that I’ve recently met through Teachers pay Teachers is having a cool giveaway that I thought you might like. Katie over at Dirty Hands and Lesson Plans is a new blogger and is looking for some new followers. She has decided that it would be the [...]
When I was in the classroom teaching I regularly found myself questioning my ability to be able to teach kids how to read, spell and write, especially students...
Did you know that students with a learning difficulty, such as dyslexia, benefit most from a structured, explicit, systematic and multi-sensory intervention? ...