My students practice their math facts using XtraMath. They’re seeing their progress and are understandably proud! I decided to create tags to let them be reminded of how hard they’re working, and to encourage them to keep trying! They’re a great visual display of how far they’ve come since September! We just refer to the… Continue reading Math Facts Punch Cards
Parent conferences are coming… The transition for our kids from second to third grade is challenging. The expectations increase as they move from learning how to read to reading to learn. We no longer test them on stories we’ve read together, but rather they must use the skills we’ve worked on all week and apply… Continue reading Reading at Home
Have you ever needed to schedule a meeting with a parent? How about two parents living separately? And have you had to include other people involved in the student’s progress as well, such as another teacher, an administrator, or the guidance counselor? Maybe even a specialist or two? If you’re a special ed teacher, you… Continue reading Sunday Inspirations: Ever Try Scheduling a Parent Meeting?