looks like a fun Teamwork activity!

LOVE THIS GAME. We called it atomic waste. Everyone has to work together to get the balls from one bucket into the other without spilling. (Good idea for team work game in Sunday school or gforce)

This download makes a great poster for the classroom.  I have launched many reading lessons off this poster... it's a visual reminder for my students...

I used this poster as a model for an anchor chart. The students gave me ideas for the labels with my "help." I have launched many reading lessons off this poster. it's a visual reminder for my students.

Love this! Students write positive notes to each other.

Love this! Students write positive notes to each other. Read with the book "How full is your bucket? For Kids"

Meraki - to do something with soul, creativity, or love; to put something of yourself into your work

Meraki - to do something with soul, creativity, or love; to put something of yourself into your work.just to mention is a Greek word.

Our principal kicked off our faculty meeting at the beginning of the school year by sharing the book ‘What Great Teachers Do Differently’ by Todd Whitaker. He underlined a portion of the book and wrote in the margins how it applied to a teacher in our school. It was then that teacher’s job to read it over the following two weeks, annotate a section that applied to a great teacher of her choosing and pass it on. We share these at each meeting.

Our principal kicked off our faculty meeting at the beginning of the school year by sharing the book ‘What Great Teachers Do Differently’ by Todd Whitaker. He underlined a portion of the book and.

"20 Fabulous alternatives to the word ‘awesome’."

Nick and I were just talking at work about how often I use the word awesome. looks like i have some new words to start using! 20 Words to Use Instead of Awesome Infographic

Set up a crime scene and have the kiddos write about various things that could have happened. Great, interactive idea!

Favorite Pin Friday

set up a 'crime scene'-students draw inferences, writing project, and/or do some related forensic science experiments ~ love this idea. maybe not a crime scene for my kiddos but something similar

The most powerful tool in coaching is the question - the Greek philosopher Socrates is regarded by some to have been the first coach. Among other things, he used deversified questions in his talks with his students. Here is how he did it. - Den grekiska filosofen är ansedd som den första coachen i historien. Han använde bland annat kraftfulla frågor i sina samtal med sina studenter - här är en översikt över de så kallade Sokratiska Frågorna.

"The most powerful tool in coaching is the question - the Greek philosopher Socrates is regarded by some to have been the first coach. Among other things, he used deversified questions in his talks with his students. Here is how he did it.

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