The Next Page Entry 25: Some intriguing online content…

The Next Page Entry 25: Some intriguing online content…

So, ramping up my tech skills can be a dangerous thing. I’m actually spending time online looking for inspiration and ideas. Mission accomplished…but nestled amidst the creative stuff are interesting comments by other teachers…

Paraphrasing…

“I love my kids, but I’m run-down by the constant documentation and data-drivel I’m expected to produce.”

and…

“We are expected to be eloquent and expansive, but tongue-tied and even muted when it comes to the current system’s problems and challenge.”

eBook: Creativity and Diligence Quotes

eBook: Creativity and Diligence Quotes

Quotes for Learning Cover Slide PNG The Teachers Expo

The eBook can also be found on my Seven C’s Teacher Expo .

** Here is a short tour of the Expo and its current collection of resources. [More are being added every week.]

Along with simply printing them out for classroom display, you could also…

  • project onto the whiteboard, but block out key words or a phrase, such as, in the example below, ‘self-doubt’. Let your students fill in the blank.

  • pose the question, “Which one of these reminds you of one of your friends?”

  • use one as a theme/’behavior guide’ for an upcoming week.


 

 

3 more friendship quotes/posters for your students

3 more friendship quotes/posters for your students

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I’ve added freely downloadable friendship posters to my Sail the Seven C’s Teacher Expo .

** Here is a short tour of the Expo and its current collection of resources. [More are being added every week.]

A couple of ways to use these files…

  • Project onto the whiteboard, but block out key words or a phrase, such as, in the example below, ‘self-doubt’. Let your students fill in the blank.

  • Pose the question, “Which one of these reminds you of one of your friends?”

  • Use one as a theme/’behavior guide’ for an upcoming week.


 


 


 

Friendship quotes/posters for your students

Friendship quotes/posters for your students

I’ve added freely downloadable friendship posters to my Sail the Seven C’s Teacher Expo .

** Here is a short tour of the Expo and its current collection of resources. [More are being added every week.]

A couple of ways to use these files…

  • Project onto the whiteboard, but block out key words or a phrase, such as, in the example below, ‘self-doubt’. Let your students fill in the blank.

  • Pose the question, “Which one of these reminds you of one of your friends?”

  • Use one as a theme/’behavior guide’ for an upcoming week.