Adding a ‘Classroom Journaling’ section to Seven C’s Teacher Expo

Eclectics Journal page--gratitude list, idea list, goal listsDaily Pep Talk journal page

Here are screenshots of a two-page PDF from my Eclectics Journal template. [I’ve shared it on my other blogs, as well.]

I added this template to my Sail the Seven C’s Teacher Expo.

Note: When I stray at times from using these pages myself, I find that I drift on the daily idea generation [Idea Sandbox] and on my long-term goals. [Put It to Paper]

Feel free to download this file and use as is. Or, customize it as you see fit. Make it work for you and your students.

Share a message of gratitude with these classroom quotes

Appreciation can change a day, even change a life.

It never hurts to remind kids [and adults] to stay grateful, right?

Find these and plenty of other teaching resources at my 
Sail the Seven C’s Teacher Expo

Teachers:

  1. Create a theme-based gallery of these quotes to post around the classroom.

  2. Discussion prompt: “When was the last time you felt grateful? What brought about that feeling?”

  3. Time for a list: Have students write a list of ten things/people they are thankful for. To open their eyes to even more reasons for gratitude, make sure they exchange lists.

  4. To download the image, right-click on it, and choose ‘save’ from the pop-up menu.

And if you want to edit these png files:  https://onlinepngtools.com/


When I started counting my blessings, that's when my whole life turned around.

None is more impoverished that the one who has no gratitude.


Teachers: Post these learning quotes around your classroom.

he who is ashamed of asking is ashamed of learning.
To download: Smartphone/tablet users–press on image and hold for pop-up menu. Windows users: right-click on image. Mac users: Control-click on image for pop-up menu.

More resources for my
Sail the Seven C’s Teacher Expo

Teachers:

  1. Create a theme-based gallery of these quotes to post around the classroom.

  2. Discussion prompt: “This quote makes me think of the time when…”

  3. Share the file with your students so they can create their own ‘quote galleries’.

  4. To download the image, right-click on it, and choose ‘save’ from the pop-up menu.

And if you want to edit these png files:  https://onlinepngtools.com/


begins with i dont know Classroom Quotes

know how to learn Classroom Quotes

Three more learning quotes for my teacher resource expo

More resources for my
Sail the Seven C’s Teacher Expo

Teachers–Possible uses.

  1. Cover up key words in each quote and have the students create their own quotation by supplying words to fill in the blanks.

  2. Challenge students to come up with their own quote about education or learning.

  3. Can your students think of a reasonable argument against the opinion featured in the quote?

  4. To download the image, right-click on it, and choose ‘save’ from the pop-up menu.

By all means, join this free class while it’s still in development.
Every resource listed is free to download and use.

whatever is good to know is difficult to learn learn as much as you can while you're young