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The Arizona K12 Center curates the week’s best teacher resources, whether lesson plans, book lists, or perfect printables. Got a second for a quick clickfest? Kick off your flip-flops, grab something to sip (preferably one with a tiny umbrella), and soak up this week’s fresh internet inspiration.

Jul 14, 2017

The Arizona K12 Center curates the week’s best teacher resources, whether lesson plans, book lists, or perfect printables.


Got a second for a quick clickfest? Kick off your flip-flops, grab something to sip (preferably one with a tiny umbrella), and soak up this week’s fresh internet inspiration.

  1. Every child deserves a champion. Read these tips on advocating for all of our learners.

  2. Jackpot! If you teach upper-level mathematics, you’ve got to check out Resourceaholic, a site devoted to ideas and resources for teaching secondary math.

  3. See what some super talented and creative teachers are up to over at the Classroom Pinspirations Instagram account.

  4. Already stressing over Meet the Teacher Night? This blog has plenty of sweet tips and freebies.

  5. Dread setting kids free to their own (tech) devices in the classroom? Tune into this podcast on how to keep kids focused and accountable when using the internet.

  6. How great are these student pioneer journals? What a fun way to get kids writing!

  7. Woah — we’re totally impressed by this STEM project for students studying ancient civilizations.

  8. Yoga incorporates balance, breathing, and coordination. Head over and read this occupational therapist’s tips for teaching yoga to children with special needs.

  9. Fill up your toolbox with these 10 ways to help children cope when big changes strike.

  10. A Mesa museum is teaching four things every Arizona student needs to know.


OK, that’s all for right now — we’re ready for a refill! See you soon for another resource roundup.

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