Have you ever stared at your classroom seating for hours, placing your students in seats until you're cross-eyed? I don’t think I’ve ever met a teacher who ... Read More about Classroom Seating Arrangement: The Minesweeper of Teaching
Important Disclaimer: I am Not Crafty. I am Not Artsy. I am the person who posts Pinterest fails next to a neat little paint by numbers YouTube video, or cutesy themed recipe. So, if you're looking ... Read More about DIY Decor – Skip the Dollar Spot & Save Some $
Your teacher works super hard to help you (or your student) learn! You've got to tell them thank you and let them feel your appreciation! Here's the thing though - teachers LOVE getting gifts we ... Read More about 10 Practical Gifts Your Teacher Will Love
Routines are a great way to start class! They help you plan and they help students know what to expect every day. You don't have to do the exact same thing every time, but having the structure in ... Read More about Routines for Spanish Class
Stations are one of my favorite things to do in class, and I try to incorporate them at least once every other chapter. They’re a great tool to use, keep students moving, and provide a lot of ... Read More about Stations in Spanish Class
A little over a month ago I posted about our CI journey that got kicked off with a conference hosted by Allison Wienhold from Mis Clases Locas. Quick recap: Our department is in the process of ... Read More about The Comprehensible Input Journey, cont.