That to-do list always seems never-ending, right? Being on the internet can't make your list any shorter, it might even distract you and keep you from accomplishing your work! Fortunately, ... Read More about Time Saving Tips for Teachers Using Google Chrome
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Padlet is basically a virtual “bulletin board” where you can gather and share ideas. It’s got great privacy and sharing settings that make it really friendly for classroom use. You can also easily ... Read More about How to Use Padlet in the Classroom
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Who doesn't love the Olympics? Let's talk about some ways to incorporate the Olympics in Spanish class. Now, along with the Olympics, I LOVE stations. and I LOVE games days. I really love combining ... Read More about Incorporating the Olympic Games in Spanish Class
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