Education World: Instant Meetings Great ideas to add interest & fun to staff meetings through out the year

Education World: Instant Meetings ideas/ links to specific ways to engage and involve ( Wow! What a concept, just like we need to do for the classroom)

Education World Resources, Lessons, and Activities for Physical Education

Art Education World Resources, Lessons, and Activities for Physical Education national-physical-fitness-and-sports-month

Education World: Five Times Five: Five Activities for Teaching Geography's Five Themes

Five themes of Geography- Location, Place, Human-Environment Interaction, Movement, Regions- Lots of activities to choose from.

Education World: Geography A to Z. Challenge students to learn about geography as they explore famous places around the world one letter at a time. Each printable work sheet provides clues to seven locations around the world. (Grades 4-8)

Education World: Geography A to Z. Challenge students to learn about geography as they explore famous places around the world one letter at a time. Each printable work sheet provides clues to seven locations around the world.

Debates in the Classroom - great resource for setting up debates, including links for rules, rubrics, topics, lesson plans, and strategies.

This is such an awesome website to help teachers plan debates for their class depending on the content area. It lists rules, roles and evaluation forms! Could be helpful with understanding persuasive writing, author's purpose: to pursuade, etc

Let’s be honest here for a minute and start this off by agreeing that a good percentage of the college courses you take are a big waste of time. There are those really good courses that prepare you for the “textbook stuff”, but nothing in the world prepares you for teaching quite like actually teaching does. Especially in special education. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.

SPED Secrets: What You Don’t Learn in College

Let’s be honest here for a minute and start this off by agreeing that a good percentage of the college courses you take are a big waste of time. There are those really good courses that prepare you for the “textbook stuff”, but nothing in the world prepares you for teaching quite like actually teaching does. Especially in special education. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.

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