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Project PINspiration: Useful Links to Aid Classroom Projects

Written by Sarah Murphy, Teaching Excellence Instructional Coach Support Specialist The close of the school year is a time when students can demonstrate mastery on things learned in classrooms in a variety of ways, and one such way is in the form of a project. Click through the links below to see ways in which … Continue reading

5 Links for a 21st Century Classroom

Are you looking to push you class into the 21st century? Students today are technology savvy so why not leverage those skills into meaningful learning projects? Check out our 5 favorite links below to up the tech in your class. These links offer easy, straight forward strategies to try with your students. Haiku Deck: Haiku … Continue reading

5 Links to Check Your Tech

Are you feeling like your classroom needs to step into the 21st century? Put away the chalkboards, and check out these 5 links to help you integrate technology into your classroom. Love staying on top of the latest technology trends? This link has great ideas on how to integrate QR codes into your classroom. What … Continue reading

Mix it Up Mid-year Links

Written by Jaclyn McCormick, TE Instructional Coach Hitting the mid-year slump in your classroom? The links below will help you mix up your classroom and keep your students learning all year long. Everyone loves free videos! This site is great for finding fun, informative videos to show your class. Many are short and good to … Continue reading

5 Links to Get You Excited About TEaching

Compiled by Jaclyn McCormick, TE Instructional Coach Do you want new ideas to try out in your classroom? There are so many websites and resources for teachers out there that sometimes it is hard to find time to sort through them al, and find ideas that will work for you. Here are five links to … Continue reading

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