As teachers, we are always looking for tips for organizing our classrooms. For high school teachers, we can rarely find organization ideas specifically for us that we can afford. Here are 5 cheap ideas for secondary teachers to organize their classrooms on a budget.
Create a free username and password account for this web site. There are many resources here. Videos, activities, and other resources. When you sign in, click on teacher then click Elementary Learn click to enter. Choose one of the five essential components then look at the choices. There are videos, activities, etc.
UnCollege is a social movement designed to help you hack your education. This manifesto will show you how to gain the passion, hustle, and contrarianism requisite for success — all without setting foot inside a classroom.
Using iPads in a 1-to-1 classroom can be overwhelming at first. So many apps and tools exist that it’s tough to know where to start. Here’s a top 5 list of quick and simple ways to get your feet wet if you have a case of iPad cold feet:
Teach Coding in the Classroom: Resources from ISTE '14
Schools are signing up to teach computer coding, which some view as a basic skill for today, and the tech industry-backed group Code.org is pushing basic coding even for the very young. // Reading, writing, and, lately, coding: an interesting look at the rise of programming classes in secondary schools. Computer science, once a stepchild of K-12 education, is taking off in a big way.