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Tech, tool and teacher resources you can't miss. If you’re like us, the hints of spring are kick starting your teaching mojo. Something about the season’s promise of new things to come has us itching to branch out ourselves and try new things. This week’s resource roundup embraces that inspiration

Feb 19, 2016

Tech, tool and teacher resources you can't miss.


If you’re like us, the hints of spring are kick starting your teaching mojo. Something about the season’s promise of new things to come has us itching to branch out ourselves and try new things. This week’s resource roundup embraces that inspiration and takes a few spring bunny hops in new directions.

  1. Wanting to spread your tech wings in the new year? Soar on over and check out 16 things teachers should try in 2016.

  2. Getting our students out of their comfort zones is important, too. Loving this blog’s five steps to creating a culture of risk-takers in your classroom.

  3. Free and fabulous web tool alert! Check out Canva to create free posters, infographics, flyers and more.

  4. Center your practice (and your classroom) by cultivating gratitude. Click here for one teacher’s plan.

  5. Dare to create with spring crafts. Try making these raindrop sun catchers, getting your thumbs green with this seed germination activity, or painting spring flowers with celery.

  6. Let’s build up our special education families with these 10 promises.

  7. The Arizona Education Progress Meter, built by community leaders, educators and policy makers, wants to educate Arizonans on the steps toward improving education. Get informed and involved here.

  8. Craving a little lyrical vision? Browse through this list of 36 life changing poems.

  9. Preserve your sanity with these teacher tips for staying healthy and happy.

  10. Use this guide for a gut-level teacher reflection, and use your findings to create a proactive action plan for problem areas.


Wishing you a creative and inspired entrance to spring. Happy browsing!

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