4 Classroom Makeover Tricks That Any Teacher Can Do!

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Looking to inject some life into your classroom this year? Here are some tricks that can help. All the projects¬†below are quick,¬†easy, non-permanent fixes for teachers on a tight budget! 1.¬†That Ugly Filing Cabinet For this you will need some sticky contact paper, some spray paint and an outdoor space. Amazon have a great range…

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Co-teaching in the classroom – Who’s on your team?

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The teaching of 21st century skills, for college and career readiness,¬†have¬†finally become a¬†priority for K-12 schools. One of the pillars of 21st century skills is collaboration. Ironically, many of us are trying to ‚Äėteach‚Äô collaboration‚Ķalone! Sure, lesson and assessment planning¬†are often collaborative efforts, but it‚Äôs done behind closed doors. As teachers, we know how¬†important it…

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Encouraging Creativity with iMovie and Video

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Many classrooms experimenting with ways to use the iPad in learning look to video as the ultimate promise of Authentic Assessment. There is probably no better way to prove that a student really understands a concept than to have them demonstrate what they have learned with a real world application. Recently, I was speaking with…

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Top 10 Showbie Teacher and Trainer Videos

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NOTE: This is an older post, and many of the YouTube links no longer work. If you’d like to see the latest and greatest Showbie tutorial videos from real teachers, you can find an updated version of this post here. Many teachers rolling out iPads have discovered time savings and power of Showbie in their…

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