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About Blog - What the Teacher Wants was started in 2010 as a way for Rachelle to post pictures of her classroom and share her teaching ideas. We share teaching ideas for the K-6th grade classrooms to make life easier for the teacher and learning fun for the students!
About Blog - A kindergarten, first grade, and second grade teaching blog. I focus on writing, grammar, reading, and social studies.Lori have taught every grade from Pre-k through fifth grade. My personality is best suited for primary aged students because I can be quite wacky!
About Blog - Hi! I'm Kelly Malloy! I'm a curriculum developer and Teachers pay Teachers Seller. On my blog, An Apple for the Teacher, I share classroom tips, teaching ideas and upper elementary classroom resources. I currently teach 4th grade.
About Blog - My name is Katie King, and I am a first grade teacher and mother of two. This is my seventh year teaching first grade and I can't, at this point in time, imagine doing anything else! I love teaching reading, being creative, and simply being with young people.
The Village, MI
About Blog - After following and reading some really great blogs about reading and teaching reading, I thought it was time to start blogging as a way to reflect on my journey as a teacher of readers.I am a husband, father of five, and a third grade teacher.
About Blog - A blog that shares my experiences as a school counselor and elementary school teacher. I share creative counseling lessons, social-emotional book reviews, and organization and documentation tips.
About Blog - I have been blogging since January 2012 as a New Year's resolution. I am currently in my 10th year of teaching. My experience includes teaching one year in a 1st-2nd combo class, 2 years in 4th grade, and 7 years in Kindergarten.
About Blog - Looking for literacy resources and ideas? You're in the right place. Carla is a reading specialist and literacy coach sharing ideas and materials to help teachers and parents with literacy instruction. Elementary Reading Specialist, Blogger at Comprehension Connection, and Contributor on Adventures in Literacy Land.
About Blog - A teaching blog featuring time saving resources, beautiful & functional classroom décor, and teaching inspiration! I have taught second grade for the entire length of my teaching career, going on eight years now! Second grade has been fantastic. The kids can handle taking on difficult concepts but still enjoy doing "kidish" things!
About Blog - A blog offering teaching ideas and mentor sentence directions and lessons. The goal of this page is to present resources and ideas to K-5 educators to help them grow compassionate and intelligent citizens in their classroom!
About Blog - TheHappyTeacher provides teaching tips, tricks, resources, and tools to help you stay organized, prepared, and ready for the day! A great source for classroom management tools and organization tips. You will find activities, games, worksheets, and printables for the K-2 classroom.
About Blog - I am a huge fan of other teacher's blogs and thought it would be fun to share some of my classroom ideas with you! I taught first grade for 4 years. I was an elementary librarian for 3 years.
About Blog - I'm Amanda, the teacher behind Teaching Maddeness. My degree is in elementary education from the University of South Carolina with a masters degree in divergent learning from Columbia College.I have taught for fifteen years and have been lucky enough to have spent all of those years in second grade.
Loganville, Georgia, United States
About Blog - I have taught grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Transition, EIP, and now Literacy Coaching over the past 28 years. Although First Grade which is where my heart lives, I spend a lot of time in K-5 classrooms daily!
About Blog - I have been a teacher in the sunny state of Florida since 1994.My first class was a group of incredible 5th grade students in a Drop-out Prevention program. Now I teach gifted second graders, who also teach me a thing or two each day.
About Blog - I love teaching fourth grade! Join me as I share classroom ideas and teaching resources. I love creating resources that help your students think deeply as well as make teachers' lives a little less stressful.
About Blog - I am a curriculum developer and teacher blogger who designs lessons & activities to teach common core standards in language arts, math & classroom management. I love using and creating interactive notebook lessons and task cards in my classroom and share my tips and techniques with my readers.
About Blog - Marilyn's current thinking about math education and her ongoing classroom experiences and learning. Marilyn formed Math Solutions Professional Development, an organization dedicated to the improvement of math instruction in Grades K-8.
Missouri, United States
About Blog - Welcome to First Grade Fever blog! I am an early elementary teacher that loves to create and share K-2 activities for my kiddos! Join me for a little K-2 chit chat and follow my blog as we venture through another awesome year!!!
About Blog - Two teachers who share the passion of literacy, teaching, and life-long learning. Melanie Swideram currently a fifth grade teacher in Simsbury. Melanie Meehan am the Elementary Writing and Social Studies Coordinator for Simsbury
About Blog - I am a 3rd grade teacher in Hammond, Louisiana. I teach math and science to 45 awesome students!! I am constantly trying new things with my students and love finding new ways to engage them in learning. I enjoy exploring new technology projects. I recently created QR codes to use in my classroom.
About Blog - Where book love and the joy of a classroom community are shared.Elementary Teacher. Reader. Book/Education blogger. Book Fanatic when it comes to children's literature (PB, NF, MG, YA) Thinking about all things literacy.
About Blog - This blog provides a continuum of educational strategies, based on informed decisions and to prepare all students with a core foundation so that together we are productive members in a global society.
About Blog - School counseling ideas, tips and enthusiasm! I am always thinking about new ideas to use with my students. Ideas that will grab their attention, get them engaged, have an impact, and help them to be successful in school and in life. This is my 18th year as an urban elementary school counselor. I am also certified to teach elementary students and special education students.
About Blog - The Schroeder Page is a resource and forum for teachers to unite and share classroom ideas to better their teaching. It constantly changes to bring new ideas from teachers in the classroom now. I am an elementary school teacher of 14 years.
About Blog - She worked for over a decade as a national literacy consultant for the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project (TCRWP) based at Columbia University. This work has taken her into K-8 classrooms all over the country to support teachers and administrators with reading workshop, writing workshop, and all aspects of a balanced literacy curriculum.
About Blog - How kids really act, think and learn in today's classrooms. I am Corey Green, a National Board Certified Teacher with a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education. I have taught grades 3-8 and I have worked with students in grades K-12.
About Blog - In everything that my students and I do together, we strive to find ways to use reading and writing to make the world outside of our classroom a better place for all of us to be. I currently teach 5th grade in Northbrook, IL. I have the absolute pleasure of teaching literacy to two groups of 5th grade students every year.
About Blog - I teach Writing Workshop, Language Arts and Social Studies to sixth graders at a middle school in suburban New Jersey. This blog is my attempt to capture all the “stuff” that goes into my teaching life – the planning, the dreaming, the reading, the preparing, the hoping and (above all) the kids.
About Blog - I am a former 6th grade Language Arts teacher and current high school English teacher who strives to instill a love of reading and writing in her students.I am a reader, a teacher, a writer, a thinker, a reviewer, and a dreamer of dreams.
About Blog - I have taught 2nd-5th grades, but most of my time has been spent teaching 3rd grade in a rural title 1 school in Texas. In my free time I blog hop, tinker on my computer, read, and binge watch Netflix. I never plan to jump out of a plane, but I do enjoy indoor skydiving.
About Blog - Sharing Ideas and Resources.I am a Literacy Specialist for Great Prairie AEA in Southeast Iowa. I am a teacher (classroom 4th grade, special education K-12, college), elementary principal, K-12 curriculum development, and K-12 professional development coordinator as well as adjunct graduate instructor for over 20 years
About Blog - I am a teacher, writer, and parent. I'm always trying to find the balance between the big ideas--the forest--and the small details--the trees.She is a sixth grade classroom teacher.
About Blog - The blog of a teacher educator discussing poetry, children's literature and issues related to teaching children and their future teachers.I review both POETRY and NONFICTION for young readers through middle grades
About Blog - Join me on my journey to raise my children to read the word and read the world.I’m an author, literacy specialist, mother, and former classroom teacher (4th and 5th grades). I’ve been teaching teachers how to implement or refine the teaching of writing using the workshop model since 2009.
About Blog - I'm a 5th/6th grade ELA gifted intervention specialist with a wonderful husband and two fantastic daughters. I love to read, write, teach, learn, hang out with friends and family, walk my dog, and travel.
About Blog - Follow this site for curriculum, crafts and ideas to enhance your creative classroom! I have been teaching since I earned a masters in education and am so interested in bringing technology into the primary classroom through my website.
About Blog - I have taught 20 years, most of them in either 1st or 3rd grade, with a few others sprinkled in there! I am currently teaching 3rd in the largest county in Georgia. I love my school and work with a great team of teachers and administrators.
About Blog - I'm a literacy specialist at a K-8 school in Northwestern CT. My job is two-fold: I work with at-risk first grade readers, supporting them as they learn to read, and I work with classroom teachers, helping them improve and refine their literacy instruction.
About Blog - I am currently teaching and learning with 20 very excited first graders who love learning as much as I do! I am Elementary educator, Apple Teacher, Technology Integration Coach and loves to share my experiences.
About Blog - I have been a public-school educator for 18 years. I started as a middle school language arts teacher and then moved into school leadership as an assistant principal. I’m now in my 11th year as a school leader, currently serving as an elementary school principal in Dublin.
Illinois, United States
About Blog - Musings on Literacy, Life and Learning. I'm a passionate teacher who loves to inspire children! After teaching first grade for 18 years, I began a new journey as a 4th grade teacher in the 2013-2014 school year.
About Blog - My teaching career has taken me from Minnesota to Alaska then Missouri and finally Iowa. I’ve taught all levels K-12 at some point or another, and find that the middle grades are my “home”. Yes, apparently I’m a glutton for punishment if you know middle school students, but yet, I truly enjoy teaching them.
About Blog - if you work really hard and are kind, amazing things will happen. kate is a literacy interventionist and former fourth grade teacher and tara has been teaching since 1997 and has experience in grades k through high school as well has international teaching experience in ireland, but her favorite spot has been co-teaching in a 4th grade classroom.
About Blog - Building teachers' craft and confidence. Monique taught primary grades in New York City public schools for several years before joining the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project as a literacy staff developer. She has worked at the Project for nine years supporting teachers in the tri-state area, across the country and internationally.
About Blog - Walking the Path to Literacy Together. I work with PreK-6th grade teachers across Missouri in all things literacy. The teachers I work with are phenomenal! They work hard to become the best teachers they can be for their students
About Blog - I retired from teaching at the end of the 2013-14 school year. I spent the last nine years of my teaching career in 6th grade where I taught Language Arts and Social Studies. I'm an avid reader, a lover of learning, and a fledgling writer.
About Blog - I am a teacher and a learner. I listen carefully to the voices of children because when we really listen, they tell us all there is to know about teaching wisely and well. I have been a teacher, a consultant, a writer, and an elementary school principal. I believe strongly that conversations and relationships are at the heart of all learning.
About Blog - I am a fourth grade teacher in southeastern Wisconsin. This is my 7th year teaching fourth grade and I love it! I love that every day is a new day and there is an opportunity to learn something new.