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We curate the week's best teacher resources, whether lesson plans, book lists, or perfect printables. It’s the end of the year, and in the very (very) back of our minds, we’re starting to think about the fresh slate we’ve got coming to us in January as the second semester starts up. This round up i

Dec 02, 2016

We curate the week's best teacher resources, whether lesson plans, book lists, or perfect printables.


It’s the end of the year, and in the very (very) back of our minds, we’re starting to think about the fresh slate we’ve got coming to us in January as the second semester starts up. This round up is devoted to changes — big and small — that can help make the next half of this school year that much better.

  1. It’s right about now that clutter seems to sneak in and organization crawls out the window. Seek help with this blogger’s suggestions for 10 things you should throw out in your classroom NOW.

  2. Click on over here to read how this teacher introduced the growth mindset in math.

  3. Little things — like tidy student desks — can erase big stresses. Motivate learners to clean up with this cute printable.

  4. Re-vow to incorporate more tech with three ways to check for understanding with technology.

  5. Spice up your brain breaks with these videos that’ll have kids crossing their midlines.

  6. Get your speakers pumping with 10 Spotify playlists that every classroom needs.

  7. If you love lists, you’ll totally dig this free printable to help keep you organized.

  8. Use less paper, save time, and engage students? Show us the way, Google Forms.

  9. Look this way for fresh apps to use for classroom management.

  10. Help your learners self-assess with this guide (and freebie).


January, we’ll be ready for you. In the meantime, we’re looking forward to putting our feet up and enjoying sweet, sweet winter break. Until next time!

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