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This website gives 20 sites to use as resource when teaching. As a soon to be new teacher, it will be hard to find time to search for great teaching materials while creating multiple lesson plans. These websites is a good place to start for new teachers in finding resources. -Kellie Dahlk

Love using film to engage your students? Here are my top 5 films to use in high school ELA classes - for teaching critical theory, concepts in literature, writing, and debate!

Teaching story elements can get monotonous and boring over time for our kiddos so I try and make it fun! As a culminating assessment, practice, or just review throughout the year, I use Disney Pixar Shorts to practice these story elements. The kiddos LOVE practicing this way, and really seem to grasp the concepts better with videos.

Texting in the Classroom

Our students are saturated in a world of technology. As educators there is immediate buy-in when we connections between our students’ real worlds and our classrooms. One of my favorite (free) resources to do this is called ifaketext. It allows users to create faux iPhone text conversations. The website lets you fit between 35 and...

The Blended Classroom: A SIMPLE Station-Rotation Model

How can you use technology to do stations in secondary education? Easy! This simple Station-Rotation model, which is very much like what is commonly use in elementary schools, is a great way to incorporate at least one digital station while getting your s

Using AudioBoom in the Classroom to Improve Reading Fluency | EdSurge News Allows individuals to record up to 10 minutes of audio. Recordings can be shared in several way, including a QR code. QR codes can be printed (for example, on worksheets). Record yourself reading worksheet directions or class handouts to assist students with disabilities. Assistive technology.