Check them out!

Here, you will find some websites/blogs that I reference often when I am looking for inspiration or ideas in my classroom!

Ed Tech Team

I reference this site often to read about the latest trends in technology/education.

KEEPING UP WITH MRS. HARRIS 

Meghan Harris is an educator who blogs about reading support, management and organization. One think I really like about Meghan’s site is that she is always sharing and providing opportunities for give-aways and freebies!

KICKING IT IN KINDERGARTEN

Elizabeth Hall is an awesome educator who teachers kindergarten. She blogs frequently and is very active on Teachers Pay Teachers. I go to her site when I am looking for content resources, management resources or fun holiday activities.

KICKSTARTER

Watching this video is a great way to understand what the website Kickstarter is all about. Essentially, Kickstarter gives people a chance to receive funding for their projects and to let their creative projects come to life! I visit this site for motivation when I am looking for ways to promote creativity in the classroom. It is also a great website to show your students and discuss how their creative ideas could turn into something HUGE!

MRS. WHEELER’S FIRST GRADE 

Mrs. Wheeler is a first grade teacher who consistently posts first grade content and management resources (Teachers Pay Teachers). She also posts amazing organizational tips that can be applied or adjusted for any grade level.

TWO GUYS & SOME IPADS

Brad Waid and Drew Minnock are two very innovative educators who strive to increase student engagement, teacher productivity, and cross curricular instruction. I visit their website often for creative ways to implement technology in my classroom.

VISIBLE THINKING ROUTINES

Visible Thinking Routines are great for cultivating students’ thinking skills ad to deepen their understanding of the content being learned.The routines push students to have a creative and curious mindset and eager to discover learning opportunities. Visit my Visible Thinking Routines page to read about some of the routines I experienced during my Masters courses.

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