Teaching a Unit on the Human Body Systems

Engage and excite students in learning about the different body systems

     As you know, I love everything science. A few years ago, I had an opportunity to teach sixth-grade science which made me really excited. I was used to teaching seventh-grade science, which in my district is physical science and includes a lot of abstract topics. Sixth-grade science is life science, a big chunk of that being the human body. I was super excited but needed to decide the best framework to introduce each body system to my students.


How to Create Meaningful Anchor Charts to Decorate Your Classroom with a Purpose

How to use anchor charts to decorate a secondary classroom

Is your middle school classroom suffering from an identity crisis? Are you a first-year secondary teacher and unsure if you should even decorate your classroom? Hopefully, I can help answer those questions. 


Amplifying Student Voice with Padlet, Podcasts, and Flipgrid

Giving student voice a choice using padlet, flipgrid and podcasts

Have you ever wondered why your student participation was limited to only a few students? Are you looking for ways to get those quiet students to tell you what they know? Do you hate waiting until an assessment to realize that a majority of your class was clueless about the concept you were working on? Giving your students different methods to respond to your teaching can help to solve all these problems. Below are three ways to get increase communication in your classroom.
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