This is an awesome sight for future teachers and current teachers. This site offers free courses on how to use and bolster technology skills that are beneficial in the classroom, like twitter, pintrest, ipads and more...
Fake posters is a great site to make my own classroom posters or for the students to use. With teachers always looking to save money, this is an easy step to design your own motivational poster for the classroom
Along with assessment on academic levels, some of these behavior management assessments are great for the classroom. I want to have a sports themes at some point in the school year and this chart is sweet!!
Since I can not keep my smart phone out of my hands on a day to day basis this is a great link to ideas in incorporating technology with assessment in the classroom as well as ideas for formative assessment without technology.
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