What is Socrative program? Socrative is a determinative assessment tool that helps teachers and learners to evaluate understanding and progress in real-time in class through the use of games, queries, and reflection inquiries. How does it work? Socrative is accessed via website or app, with separate apps for teachers and students. The tool is very easy to use. The teacher’s home page is clean, showing the six available features, most notably Quiz, Quick Question … [Read more...] about Are you using Socrative? An engaging tool to quiz the student’s understanding.
Join middle and high school teachers and administrators from across the country and top scholars, policy experts, and thought leaders for our online, full scholarship Sphere Summit: Teaching Civic Culture Together, July 13–15. To preserve our liberal democracy, the Summit will explore what we as individuals can do to restore a spirit of civil, constructive, and respectful discourse and engagement. To that end, the Summit will emphasize the common values and objectives we hold … [Read more...] about Sphere Summit: Teaching Civic Culture Together
Father's Day Challenge---> THREE lucky winners will win a $50 gift card to anything in my store! HOW TO ENTER (no purchase necessary) 1. LIKE this post on Facebook post then COMMENT below that you entered 2. Feel free to TAG your friends or share the post (double entry) Note: You do not have to be a father to win Giveaway ends Sunday, 6/21/20 at 7 pm EST. The winner will be notified via Facebook! For more chances to win, if you teach sociology to … [Read more...] about $150 Giftcard Giveaway!!!
These are my favorite products for heading back to school! My favorite planner helps to keep me organized throughout the year!I love these teacher stamps when grading!This is my pencil bag.I use this to stay organized with my to-do lists!I use these for station work if I don't want to laminate.This is my paper grade book.I love this shirt for the first day of school.I love this voting shirt when I teach about our government.My favorite coffee for back to school!I go … [Read more...] about My favorite products for back to school :)
Your first year teaching a new course or first time teaching ever is the hardest year of your life! You want to be the perfect teacher, perfect role model, and best teacher of your craft. Newsflash--- There is no perfect teacher! Some advice I have is to start each day fresh, and try to make each day a little bit better than the day before. Here are some tips for new teachers: Tip 1: Read a good book I highly recommend reading the book Teach Like a … [Read more...] about How to survive your first year?
Teacher organization is an essential skill in education. I consider myself a highly organized person, possibly due to my mother, yet many students and teachers have never perfected this elusive talent. Incorporating technology into daily instruction is one way in which teachers can leverage more time, restructure learning activities so they become more meaningful and provide opportunities for more rigorous instruction. Digital tools can be seamlessly integrated into the … [Read more...] about Teacher Organization for your Sanity
-I am offering some summer professional development sessions to collaborate with other teachers across the county and improve our craft! All free!! -Feel free to sign up for one or all of them! You will get an email telling you the dates and times. A reminder a week before and day of the event. -Bring your favorite resources and let's collaborate! Padlet and other tech training AP Government and Politics United States History Sociology … [Read more...] about Free Teacher Summer Webinars
Buy the Teacher Training Now Helpful Websites AP Government Teachers on Facebook (Get access to the Drive) https://www.facebook.com/groups/APGovTeachers Khan Academy https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ap-us-government-and-politics Citizen U- http://www.citizenu.org/ My quizlet- https://quizlet.com/melissa_seideman/folders/ap-government/sets Oyez (court cases) https://www.oyez.org/ Sheg- https://cor.stanford.edu/ Street Law- … [Read more...] about AP Government Teacher Training and Helpful Websites
I am offering two FREE Sociology online webinar this summer. Learn some tricks and tips for teaching Sociology in a fun and engaging way. Share resources and collaborate with other teachers who teach the same content. Join us for either session! Sign up Here!! … [Read more...] about FREE Sociology Online Webinar
I am offering two FREE AP U.S. Government online training this summer. Learn some tricks and tips for teaching AP U.S. Government and Politics. Share resources and collaborate with other teachers who teach the same content. Join us for either session! Sign me up Now!!! … [Read more...] about AP U.S. Government Online Training
National Constitution Center (NCC) hosts programs that I think you would like for your school for remote learning. Since COVID-19 school closures began, the National Constitution Center has been running online classes called Scholar Exchanges. Scholar Exchanges connect students with a constitutional scholar for a virtual interactive class about the Constitution. Part lecture and part lively conversation, sessions are open to the public. I wanted to let … [Read more...] about Constitution Center Resources for Distance Learning
https://youtu.be/WbzgapfqWbk Ten Tips I use when I use video chat: Always use the waiting room feature!!! To only allow students to enter who you know. I also only let them use their names! Set up reoccurring meetings with the same URL to make it easier for you and your studentsUse a password for extra security if you want itPlay with zoom first with a friend. Make sure you know how to chat, kick a kid out, instantly mute, stop the video, and end a meeting fast if … [Read more...] about How do you set up a safer zoom meeting?