Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

…For Teaching ELL, ESL, & EFL

January 15, 2017
by Larry Ferlazzo
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The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About “Feelings”

As I shared last month (see Beginning A New “Best” Series Of Interest To ELL Teachers), I’m beginning to create an updated series of “Best” lists for Beginning English Language Learners. They will ultimately replace the resources I have on my outdated website.

I began with:

The Best Resources For Helping ELLs Learn About Sports & Other Fun Activities

The Best Resources For Helping ELLs Learn About U.S. Money

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Space & Planets

Many of the links are the still-active ones I copied-and-pasted from my website. Please let me know if you have additional suggestions of sites to add:

Feelings Interactive

Feelings Picture Dictionary

Feelings Matching Game

Feelings Spelling Game

Feelings Vocabulary Test

About Face

Feeling Memory Game

Mood Maker

Feelings Game

Many Emotion Exercises

Quizlet – Feelings

Feelings Exercises

Feelings Pictures

January 5, 2017
by Larry Ferlazzo
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The Best Resources On Providing Scaffolds To Students

All of our students need scaffolds at one point or another, and I thought it would be useful if I brought together many of the posts that I’ve characterized as “scaffolding” into one place (as well as resources from others). Here’s a simple definition of scaffolding from Indiana University.

You might also be interested in:

The Best Resources On Differentiating Instruction

Not “The Best,” But “A List” Of Mindmapping, Flow Chart Tools, & Graphic Organizers.

The Best Resources For Learning About “Learning Strategies”

The Best Sites For Learning Strategies To Teach ELL’s In Content Classes

The Best Places To Get The “Same” Text Written For Different “Levels”

Here they are (feel free to suggest more):

I’m actually going to start-off with an excellent post by Valentina Gonzalez titled Scaffolding for ELs.

6 Scaffolding Strategies to Use With Your Students is from Edutopia.

8 Strategies for Scaffolding Instruction is from Ms. Houser.

A Look Back: “Useful Writing Scaffold For A Classroom Wall”

Ways A Mainstream Teacher Can Support An ELL Newcomer In Class

Best Scaffolded Writing Frames For Students

Here Are Downloadable Scaffolded Instructions For Students To Create A “3/2/1” Poster

Here’s An Example Of How I Scaffold A Short Writing Prompt

‘Teachers Know A Lot About Scaffolding’ For Complex Texts is one of my posts over at Education Week Teacher. It’s Part Two in a series on…scaffolding for complex texts. Part One featured responses from three educators: Wendi Pillars, Amy Benjamin, and Christopher Lehman. Part Two includes three joint commentaries from Nancy Frey and Douglas Fisher; Tammy Mulligan and Clare Landrigan; and Aaron Brock and Jody Passanisi.

This is a short video on scaffolding from Beyond The Bubble, a history site about which I’ve previously posted. Though it talks about history, its scaffolding recommendations can be helpful in any subject:

Useful Student Self-Survey On Learning Strategies

Just-in-Time Support is a good piece in ASCD Educational Leadership on scaffolding strategies.

Teachers Might Find My “Concept Attainment – Plus” Instructional Strategy Useful

7 Ways to Scaffold Instruction for English Language Learners is from Teach Learn Grow.

Scaffolding for Success: Best Practices for Secondary ELLs is from TESOL.

This Resource Might Be A Huge Help For Applying Common Core To Teaching ELLs

Scaffolding CCSS Instruction for ELLs – New Resource Guides is from Colorin Colorado.

On-the-Spot Scaffolding for Students is from Edutopia.

How do I make my anchor charts ELL friendly?  is by Valentina Gonzalez.

January 5, 2017
by Larry Ferlazzo
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The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Space & Planets

As I shared last month (see Beginning A New “Best” Series Of Interest To ELL Teachers), I’m beginning to create an updated series of “Best” lists for Beginning English Language Learners. They will ultimately replace the resources I have on my outdated website.

I began with The Best Resources For Helping ELLs Learn About Sports & Other Fun Activities and  The Best Resources For Helping ELLs Learn About U.S. Money

I already have The Best Sites For Learning About Planets & Space (which I need to revised and update) but that is a mix of resources for Beginners and for Intermediate ELLs. I wanted to create a more simple list just for Beginners.

Many of the links are the still-active ones I copied-and-pasted from my website. Please let me know if you have additional suggestions of sites to add:

Space Words

Planets

More Planets

Space Matching Game

Solar System Memory Game

Solar System Game

The Race Into Space

 

 

January 3, 2017
by Larry Ferlazzo
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A Look Back: 2015’s Best Posts From This Blog

 

In February, this blog will be celebrating its ten-year anniversary! Leading up to it, I’m re-starting a series I tried to do in the past called “A Look Back.” Each week, I’ll be re-posting a few of my favorite posts from the past ten years.

You might also be interested in:

 A Look Back: Best Posts From 2007 To 2009 

 A Look Back: 2010’s Best Posts From This Blog

A Look Back: 2011’s Best Posts From This Blog

A Look Back: 2012’s Best Posts From This Blog

A Look Back: 2013’s Best Posts From This Blog

A Look Back: 2014’s Best Posts From This Blog

Here is a a collection of my favorites from 2015:

A Look Back: “OECD Report Not An Indictment Of Ed Tech – It’s An Indictment Of Unilateralism & Prof. Development

A Look Back: “How Can I Be A Better Teacher For You?”

A Look Back: “The Fifteen Tech Tools & Non-Tech Resources I Use Most Often With My Students”

A Look Back: “7 Videos for ELL Classrooms”

A Look Back: “Yes, Schools Should Develop Active Citizens &, No, We Don’t Need Another Test To Do It”

A Look Back: “Deliberate Practice & Red Herrings”

A Look Back: “What Motivates A Student’s Interest in Reading and Writing”

A Look Back: A Piece I Wrote For Ed Wk On “the Princess Leia approach to teacher-parent conversations”

A Look Back: Here’s My Chapter On Elements Of A Successful Lesson, Along With Student Hand-Outs THEY Use To Teach

A Look Back: “Why Viewing Classroom Management as a Mystery Can Be a Good Thing”

A Look Back: The Importance Of Knowledge Transfer

A Look Back At The Most Popular Piece I’ve Ever Published

A Look Back: “Help Your Students Get Into the Learning Flow”

A Look Back: “Cash” For Good Student Behavior – Without An Exit Strategy – Is Not The Best Classroom Management System

A Look Back: Useful – & Free – Student Hand-Outs Galore!

A Look Back: Everything You Wanted To Know About Teaching Inductively, But Were Afraid To Ask

A Look Back: Our Two Books On Teaching English Language Learners

A Look Back: Video On “Helping Students Motivate Themselves”

January 3, 2017
by Larry Ferlazzo
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The Best Resources For Helping ELLs Learn About U.S. Money

 

As I shared last month (see Beginning A New “Best” Series Of Interest To ELL Teachers), I’m beginning to create an updated series of “Best” lists for Beginning English Language Learners. They will ultimately replace the resources I have on my outdated website.

I began with The Best Resources For Helping ELLs Learn About Sports & Other Fun Activities.

Now it’s time for one on U.S. money.

Many of the links are the still-active ones I copied-and-pasted from my website. Please let me know if you have additional suggestions of sites to add:

Money Words

Money In The United States

Check Cashing

Pay Lower Taxes

Money Interactive

More Money

I Need Some Money

Price Test

Learning Coins

GCF Learn Free: Money

Listening: At The Bank

ESL Literacy: Money

January 1, 2017
by Larry Ferlazzo
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The Best Sites For Learning About The Presidential Inauguration – 2017

Donald Trump will take the oath of office on January 20, 2017 and become the 45th President of the United States.

It’s an opportunity for learning about how the U.S. government works and for critical thinking about what it means to be an “active citizen” in the United States (see my NY Times posts, “Ideas For E.L.L.s: Civics and Citizenship and “Ideas For English Language Learner: What Does It Mean To Be A Citizen?, as well as my Washington Post piece, ‘Dear President-elect Trump’: Immigrant students write letters asking for ‘the opportunity to demonstrate we are good people.’).

I’m eager to hear from teachers about how they will be approaching the inauguration in their classrooms – if at all.

You might also be interested in these previous “Best” lists, which provide lots of additional resources for potential government and critical thinking lessons:

The Best Sites For Learning About The Presidential Inauguration – 2009

The Best Sites For Learning About President Obama’s Second Inauguration

The Best Sites To Learn About U.S. Presidents

The Best Sites To Learn About The 2016 U.S. Presidential Elections

The Best Websites For Learning About Civic Participation & Citizenship

The Best Posts & Articles On Building Influence & Creating Change

Here are my choices for The Best Sites For Learning About The Presidential Inauguration – 2016:

Here’s the official government inauguration website.

Trump Inauguration Security Planners Brace for Wave of Protesters is from The New York Times.

Organizers Hope Women’s March On Washington Inspires, Evolves is from NPR.

National Geographic has a good article and slideshow about the history inaugurations.

EL Civics has a good lesson for English Language Learners on Presidential Inaugurations.

Inaugural Words from The New York Times, I believe, is one of the more useful resources that were been created for President Obama’s first  Inauguration (it’s still “live,” but I don’t believe it’s been updated).  “Word clouds” highlighting the most-used words in each inaugural address in history can be seen. In addition, words that were used in each address much more than in the other ones given in history are identified. Plus, by clicking on each word you are shown how it was used in a sentence. Comparing the words and even just using them as a vocabulary-building exercise for English Language Learners make this an excellent resource.

Inaugural Firsts is a slideshow from National Public Radio.

The Wall Street Journal has a multimedia feature highlighting inaugurations since 1960, including providing both the audio and text of the speeches, along with “word clouds.”

Latest Inauguration News is from The Washington Post.

10 inaugural moments that mattered is from CNN.

From drunken speeches to dead canaries, a guide to our quirky inaugural history is from MSNBC.

The oaths: From Washington to Obama is from The Washington Post.

Protesters’ Plans Present Challenges for Inauguration Security is from Voice of America.

Videos From CBS News: History of presidential inaugurations and The very first inauguration

Countdown to January 20 is from Teaching Tolerance.

December 27, 2016
by Larry Ferlazzo
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The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELLs In 2016 – Part Two

 

Another day, another end-of-year “The Best…” list…..

I’m adding this post to All My 2016 “Best” Lists In One Place.

Ordinarily, I also publish a separate list for ELL students, but just didn’t have it in me to do that this month.  You can see links to all those past posts at The Best Websites For English Language Learner Students In 2015 – Part Two.  I’ve included resources that I would ordinarily put in that list in this post, instead.

You might also be interested in:

The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers of ELLs in 2016 – So Far

The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELLs In 2015 – Part Two

The Best Websites For English Language Learner Students In 2015 – So Far

The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELLs In 2014 – Part Two

The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELLs In 2014 – So Far

The “All-Time” Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of English Language Learners

The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELLs In 2013 – Part Two

The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELLs In 2013 – So Far

The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELL’s In 2012 — Part Two

The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELL’s In 2012 — Part One

The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELL’s In 2011 — Part Two

The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELL’s In 2011 — Part One

The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELL’s — 2010

The Best Sites For Teachers Of English Language Learners — 2009

Here are my choices for The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELL’s In 2016 – Part Two:

EFL Talks has lots of useful videos for ELL teachers.  I’m adding it to  The Best Places For ESL/EFL/ELL Teachers To Get Online Professional Development.

Ask Answer Add – A Speaking Activity to Help Learners Maintain a Natural Conversation is a great strategy to get students talking. I’m adding it to The Best Sites To Practice Speaking English.

Bilingual education is making a comeback in California. But some educators say the fight is just beginning is from The L.A. Times. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Learning About The Multilingual Education Act Ballot Initiative In California.

Special Education and English Language Learners is from Colorin Colorado. I’m adding it to The Best Resources On Assisting ELLs With Special Needs – Help Me Find More.

10 Assumptions to Rethink About English-Language Learners is by Anabel Gonzalez and appeared in Ed Week.

How We Teach English Learners: 3 Basic Approaches is from NPR.

Using CBMs for Quick Assessment of Progress in English Language Development is a useful article by Rita Platt and John Wolfe about fluency assessments for ELLs. I’m adding it to The Best Resources On Reading Fluency (Including How To Measure It).

“CommonLit” Now Lets Teachers Create Free Virtual Classroomswas a piece I posted last month. Now, they’ve announced some great additions for ELLs, including having texts read aloud and providing translation.

Many Reclassified ELLs Still Need English-Language Support, Study Finds is from Education Week. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Learning About The Ins & Outs Of Reclassifying ELLs.

ESSA’s impact on English Language Learners: What we know so far is from ELLevation. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Learning How The Every Student Succeeds Act Affects English Language Learners.

Teach ELLs to Deconstruct Writing Prompts is by Tan Huynh.

Teachers Should Have Say on When Students Exit ELL Status, Guidance Argues is an Education Week article about a new report from the Council of Chief State School Officers. If offers good, common sense advice, which means (according to my cynical side) that many districts won’t follow it.  I’m adding it The Best Resources For Learning About The Ins & Outs Of Reclassifying ELLs.

Lessonpick is a new resource site for ELL lesson plans.

Spelling races with mini-whiteboards is from ELT Planning. I’m adding it to The Best Ideas For Using Games In The ESL/EFL/ELL Classroom.

How non-English speakers are taught this crazy English grammar rule you know but have never heard of is from Quartz.

10 Characteristics of Highly Effective EF/SL Teachers is from TESOL.

David Deubelbeiss has made two hundred videos, along with accompanying hand-outs for ELLs, available for free. I’m adding the link to The Best Popular Movies/TV Shows For ESL/EFL.

The Supporting English Language Learners page at Learn Alberta is a treasure trove of resources. I’m adding their Writing Samples page to The Best Websites For K-12 Writing Instruction/Reinforcement. Kindergarten to Grade 12 English as a Second Language Literature Review Update (up to 2009) is also from that site, and I’m adding it to The Best Ways To Keep-Up With Current ELL/ESL/EFL News & Research.

Personalised speaking is from The British Council. I’m adding it to The Best Sites To Practice Speaking English.

The Seven Best Short Animated Films for the Language Classroomis from Kieran Donaghy. I’m adding it to The Best Popular Movies/TV Shows For ESL/EFL.

Six Ways I Use Mini Whiteboards in the Classroom is by “AnthonyTeacher.”

Getting Student Feedback is from Anthony Teacher. It talks about an interesting Say/Does reading strategy. I’m adding it to The Best Resources On “Close Reading” — Help Me Find More.

My favourite end of term activities is from Lesson Plans Digger. I’m adding it to What Do You Do On The Last Day Of Class (Part Two)?

This tweet leads to a great collection! I’m adding it to The Best Ideas For Using Games In The ESL/EFL/ELL Classroom:

ELD Teacher Carol Salva has created this excellent video for volunteers working with ELLs. I’m having my student peer tutors watch it! Thanks to Tan Huynh for the tip.

The Best Resources For Helping ELLs Learn About Sports & Other Fun Activities

Simple & Fun Lesson For ELLs Of All Ages: Writing & Recording A Letter To Santa Claus

7 Tips to Implement Culturally Responsive Teaching is geared specifically for ELLs. I’m adding it to The Best Resources About “Culturally Responsive Teaching” & “Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy” – Please Share More!

My New BAM Radio Show Is On Using ELLs Home Language In The Classroom

Learn a New Lingo While Doing Something Else is the headline of an article in Scientific American today about a new study. It basically says that you’ll improve your new language skills just by having the audio in the background even if you’re not explicitly listening.

Tube Wizard is an intriguing site that automatically creates multiple listening quizzes from subtitled YouTube videos. I don’t think it will be useful in many U.S. public schools because Web content filters would block many of the videos, but it could be very helpful for home practice and in adult schools. I’m adding it to The Best YouTube Channels For Learning English.  You might also want to read a post by Olya Sergeeva which explains the site in more detail.

1 WORKSHEET – 10 GAMES is by SVETLANA KANDYBOVICH. I’m adding it to The Best Ideas For Using Games In The ESL/EFL/ELL Classroom.

The Best Resources On Supporting Long-Term English Language Learners

Why Did My History Lesson Go So Well Yesterday?

The Best Fun Videos For English Language Learners In 2016 – Part Two

The Best Scaffolded Writing Frames For Students

Overlooked elements of language and literature play a key role is the headline of an article about what seems to me a fairly arcane study.

However, this statistic jumped out at me:

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It seems to me that this kind of info would be heartening news for anyone learning a new language, including English!

Ways A Mainstream Teacher Can Support An ELL Newcomer In Class

“Five Guidelines For Effective Classroom Management” Is My New British Council Post

The Mannequin Challenge, ELLs & A Frozen Tableau

My Latest British Council Post Is On “Critical Thinking”

My New British Council Post is On Student Strategies for self assessment

The Best Places Where Students Can Tell Their – And/Or Their Families – Immigration Story

The Best Posts On Looking At Our Students Through The Lens Of Assets & Not Deficits

The Best Resources For Learning About Total Physical Response (TPR)

“All-Time” Best Web Tools For English Language Learners

Here Are The Instructions I Give Mentors To Our ELLs – Help Me Make Them Better

Two Quick Examples Of Concept Attainment

“Caption Generator” Lets You Create Your Own Captions For Any YouTube Videos – Perfect For ELLs!

Here’s A Simple Lesson On Prehistoric Cave Paintings I Did With My ELL World History Class

Resource Links For ELL Professional Development

Here’s How We Modified The Picture Word Inductive Model Today

Twitter List For ESL/ELL Teachers Growing Fast – Let Me Know If I Should Add You!

Here Are Downloadable Scaffolded Instructions For Students To Create A “3/2/1” Poster

This Is The Revised & Updated Three-Day 9/11 Lesson I Did This Week (With Hand-Outs & Links)

Excellent Ideas On Using Photos In Lessons

Big News: EFL Classroom 2.0 Is Now Entirely Free!

“eLesson Inspirations” Is An Excellent Collection Of Critical Thinking Lessons For ELLs

This Would Be Great For ELLs: Play – Or Create – A “Listening & Speaking” Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Story

“Guess What!” Is A Great “New” Game – Plus, ELLs Can Create A Video For An Authentic Audience

“American English” Site From U.S. Department Of State Has Developed Into Great Resource For ELL Teachers

Every Teacher Who Has An ELL In Their Class Should Watch This “Immersion” Film

December 27, 2016
by Larry Ferlazzo
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The Best Articles (& Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2016 – Part Two

 

I continue these end-of-year “The Best…” lists…

I’m adding this post to All My 2016 “Best” Lists In One Place.

You might want to explore The Best Resources On Class Instruction In 2016 – Part Two, too.

The title of this “The Best…” list is pretty self-explanatory. What you’ll find here are blog posts and articles this year (some written by me, some by others) that were, in my opinion, the ones that offered the best practical advice and resources to teachers this year — suggestions that can help teachers become more effective in the classroom today or tomorrow. Some, however, might not appear on the surface to fit that criteria, but those, I think, might offer insights that could (should?) inform our teaching practice everyday.

For many, the headlines provide enough of an idea of the topic and I haven’t included any further description.

You might also be interested in:

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2016 – So Far

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2015 – Part Two

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2015 – So Far

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2014 – Part Two

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2014 – So Far

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2013 – Part Two

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2013 – So Far

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2012 — Part Two

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice To Teachers In 2012 — Part One

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice To Teachers In 2011

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice To Teachers — 2010

The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice To Teachers — 2009

In addition, you might find these useful:

The Best Reflective Posts I’ve Written About My Teaching Practice In 2011

The Best Reflective Posts I’ve Written About My Teaching Practice — 2010

The Best Reflective Posts I’ve Written About My Teaching Practice — 2009

Here are my choices for The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2016- Part Two:

The Best Professional Development Resources On Writing Instruction

Too Many Students and Not Enough Time is good post from Edutopia on differentiated instruction. I’m adding it to The Best Resources On Differentiating Instruction.

The Best Resources On “The Danger Of A Single Story”

Very Useful NY Times Video Series On Implicit Bias

Teaching Resources On Fake News – Part Three

Study Finds Lecturing Not Best Way To Teach – Shocking (NOT!)

Google Translate Dramatically Expands Recent Breakthrough

“‘Great Field Trips Expand the Mind’”

Video: “How the ‘IKEA effect’ can motivate people to work [& learn] harder”

I was honored to be interviewed by Vicki Davis on “How Skilled Teachers Cultivate Self-Motivated Students.” It’s a quick eleven-minute show….

Guest Post: “Inquiry” vs. “Diagnostic” Frameworks For Writing Assessments

How to Integrate Growth Mindset Messages Into Every Part of Math Class is from MindShift. I’m adding it to The Best Resources On Helping Our Students Develop A “Growth Mindset.”

How To Ensure Students Are Actively Engaged and Not Just Compliant is from MindShift. I’m adding it to The “Best” Lists Of Recommendations About What “Effective” Teachers Do.

Big New – & Useful – Federal Report Out Today On Helping Students Develop Self-Regulation Skills

Statistic Of The Day: Less Physical Activity For Boys Equals Less Academic Achievement

Educators’ Favorite Tech Tools is the headline of one of my Education Week Teacher columns. In it, Anna Bartosik, Jared Covili, Sam Patterson, Anabel Gonzalez, Richard Byrne, and Russel Tarr share suggestions on how to navigate through the ed tech “jungle.”

Responding to Defiance in the Moment is from Responsive Classroom. I’m adding it to Best Posts On Classroom Management. Thanks to Chris Wejr for the tip.

5 Ways To Respond To Wrong Answers is from Smart Classroom Management. I’m adding it to The Best Resources On The Idea Of “Wait Time.”

The Best Scaffolded Writing Frames For Students

The Best Ways For Responding To Student Trauma – Help Me Find More

Remembering “Breaking The Plane” Solved My Classroom Problems This Week

“It’s ‘Vital’ for Teachers to ‘Integrate Controversial Topics Into Lessons’”

My New British Council Post is On Student Strategies for self assessment

The Best Resources For Teaching Students About The Dangers Of Procrastination

The Best Ways To Use Multiple Choice Exercises

The Best Resources & Ideas For Teaching About Current Events

A Beginning List Of The Best Resources For Learning About Google Classroom

The Best Resources For “Do Now” Activities To Begin A Class

The Best Posts On Looking At Our Students Through The Lens Of Assets & Not Deficits

The Best Resources On Students Having A “Purpose For Learning”

The Best Resources For Learning About “Learning Strategies”

The Best Resources On The Value Of Positive “Self-Talk”

A Collection Of Advice On Talking To Students About Race, Police & Racism

“Learning Apps” Is One Of The Top Educational Websites Of The Year!

Great Free Resource Available Today – The Performance Assessment Resource Bank

What My Students Say About Teachers Mispronouncing Their Names

Excellent & Simple Three-Step Guide To Classroom Management Challenges

Very Good Interview With Literacy Expert Tim Shanahan

“CommonLit” Now Lets Teachers Create Free Virtual Classrooms

“eMargin” Lets You Annotate Text & Website – & Share Those Annotations

Video: “10 Strategies to Help Students Develop Intrinsic Motivation to Write”

iCivics Steps Up Its Game Big Time With Free Virtual Classrooms & Primary Source Interactive

“Write The World” Provides An Authentic Audience & A Space For Peer Review

“Owl Eyes” Lets Students Read & Annotate, Plus Teachers Can Create Free Virtual Classrooms

“Epic!” Provides 15,000 eBooks, Plus Virtual Classrooms, For Free

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