August 21, 2019

Web Roundup: Down Days, Progress Reports and More

January is prime month for quality instruction. Yet it is also the time many of us have a hard time gearing up after the holidays. To help out, I’ve rounded up what I feel are the top tips from around the web as we launch into 2010.

  • What to do with only five minutes left in class? This post from The Apple gives you ten tips to use small amounts of classroom time wisely.
  • Top personal finance and parenting blogger Linsey Knerl got a sneak peek of the new Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs DVD. Check out her review to see why she thinks it’s a winner for family entertainment.
  • Snow days cutting in to your academic classroom time? Frugal Upstate has a list of forty different snow day activities you can recommend to parents.
  • Looking to make more of a personal connection with your students? Sean Banville shows you how with his fantastic tips on using audio progress reports for one on one interaction.
  • Finally, those looking to motivate your kiddos for goal setting should check out Shelly Terrell’s theme song activity for goal setting over at Teacher Reboot Camp. It’s a must read.

Got another top tip for educators? Share the love in the comment section below.

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