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Classroom Technology You Can Integrate and Share

Find, Share, Use, and Manage Your Classroom Technology When you share a classroom with 25 people, it’s almost impossible to have enough of anything for everyone to share.  It was always a great day when every student even had just their pencil.  But with technology becoming a more important tool in our lives, how do we make sure that students get the opportunity to use

Yay! Blended Learning! Now What?

I’m really excited to share a little bit about blended learning in the elementary school classroom. My name is Jesi Luxon, and I have a passion for empowering young learners in the classroom.  If you take one thing from this post please know that blended learning is a process. It takes time for students and teachers to adjust to 1:1 devices in the classroom. I’d

5 Super Useful Trello Boards for Teacher Organization

I’ve been reading James Clear’s book Atomic Habits, and one of my favorite quotes is “You do not rise to the level of your goals; you fall to the level of your systems.” Hopefully you’ve set some personal boundaries and goals for  your work life this year. Maybe you want to leave school by 4:15 each day.  Maybe you want to stop working nights and

5 Tips for Engaging Students During Reader’s Workshop

Struggling to Engage Students During Reader’s Workshop? If you’ve been teaching for any length of time, chances are you have gone to your district’s training on implementing Reader’s Workshop. It can sound very overwhelming to think about your students reading for 40 minutes straight. I bet you can think of those students in your class right now who are “fake reading.” They stare at their

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