65 Minimalist Master Bedroom Design Trends - Gladecor.com
Minimalism has long been a popular look for social areas of the home, but the rising popularity of low-profile beds and greyscale color palettes indicates that minimalist bedrooms are catching up quickly. And for good reason! This philosophy streamlines bedrooms… Continue Reading →
What is a meltdown?
We just had our dinner and decided to head to the ATM machine to draw out cash. My son spoke out and said that he wanted to help me to insert the ATM card and take out the cash. There was a long qu…
Home :: All EYLF Resources :: Science Week 2018 - An EYLF Resource
This great pack includes four very useful documents to help you to document the learning taking place during Science Week 2018 It includes Science Week learning story template with links to outcomes and theorists Links to curriculum poster Learning Through Play - Exploring Science Experiences
Bullying and Social Skills: Rumors & Gossip Booklet
Handling rumors and gossip can be tricky. A lot of times, students don't know what to say and/or do when they are the target or when others involve them in rumors and gossip. This printable booklet helps students think critically and helps them prepare their response ahead of time. Written in thir...
Critical Thinking Poster | Forde Ferrier Master Teaching Specialists
Keep critical thinking alive in your classroom with this 18in x 24in full color poster. Classrooms taught with the Forde-Ferrier method have consistently seen student pass rates above 90% and exemplary rates over 50%. This poster is our latest addition in providing teachers with learning tools that help students think critically in their studies. It features the six keys to critical thinking, based on Bloom's taxonomy: REMEMBER, ANALYZE, UNDERSTAND, EVALUATE, APPLY, and CREATE. Remember…
Acknowledgement of Country Poster Teaching Resource | Teach Starter
A simple Acknowledgement of Country poster to display in your classroom.
Critical Thinking Rubric - Aligned to Common Core
Use this rubric when teaching students how to think and speak critically and at the highest levels of Bloom's...Analyze and Evaluate. This rubric is best taught through the practice of conversations. Students need to be taught "how to speak and listen" to one another, "how to listen for the pause" (...
Early Childhood Programming Made Simple but Effective – Part 1 - The Empowered Educator
Programming and planning is stressing a lot of early year’s educators out at the moment and that is unfortunate because it really doesn’t have to be so difficult – and I’m going to show you why in my new programming series for educators.I see a lot of conversations in the educator Facebook groups about templates […]
Early Childhood Programming Made Simple – Part 2 Using Observations Effectively - The Empowered Educator
Welcome to Part 2 in my programming series for educators and early childhood teachers! If you missed Part 1 you might like to catch up here first. Programming and planning is stressing a lot of early year’s educators out at the moment and that is unfortunate because it really doesn’t have to be so difficult […]