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Educational resources by teachers for teachers.  Recursos educacionais por professores para professores.  
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“Starbucks My Classroom” Project: The Master Plan

“Starbucks My Classroom” Project: The Master Plan | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

It’s the beginning of school year 2016/17. It is the morning of the first
day of the new school year. You’ve done this before, but this time it feels very different.

You woke up before the alarm on your phone went off. Though it was much earlier than the last two months got you used to, you woke up energized. Shower, coffee, breakfast, and everything in between - improbably, you did not drag your feet. You got on the road with time to spare.

Driving, you were deep in thought. You were smiling. Visualizing.
Anticipating.  As you enter the building you cannot help but smile. You open the door. You look around and you see it. This is the reason you were so eager to get back here.

You worked your ass off for it. You were a teacher possessed, a maniac on a  mission. Be proud.

All is quiet. It will not be like this for longer. You can’t wait!

You take it all in. You feel it. You know it will change things forever.

You enter your new classroom.

Hey! Thank you for all the support and overwhelming positive response to my  “Starbucks Classroom Manifesto.” I was pumped! Still am. So, I got to work  right away.


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Five Things Every Parent Wishes Their Children’s School Knew

Five Things Every Parent Wishes Their Children’s School Knew | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Over the last few weeks, I have been in touch with my children’s school with a variety of concerns and questions. As a parent, I am not always sure where to start or who to speak with first.


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Using Mother's Day As A Chance To Connect With Students' Parents - Edudemic

Using Mother's Day As A Chance To Connect With Students' Parents - Edudemic | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Today is Mother’s Day in the US. While I’m 100% sure that my own mother doesn’t read this site, and I thus won’t get any grief from her for not saying a word about it here, I figured it was worth mentioning anyway.
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How can I help my son with his exams?

How can I help my son with his exams? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
My son is in sixth form and I want to help him with his revision, but he's determined to do things his own way

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How To Improve Family Involvement In Student Learning - Edudemic

How To Improve Family Involvement In Student Learning - Edudemic | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Figuring out how to improve family involvement in your classroom can be just as, if not more difficult than getting the students themselves engaged.
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Why Parents Need to Let Their Children Fail

Why Parents Need to Let Their Children Fail | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
A new study explores what happens to students who aren't allowed to suffer through setbacks.

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Tracee Orman's curator insight, January 30, 2013 2:45 PM

Kids will be much stronger and more able to cope with life's curve balls when they are allowed to fail. Let your children learn from their mistakes.

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Flipping “Meet the Teacher Night”

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Making a few changes to the way you've always conducted this time-honored school event can also give parents an example of what it means to flip a classroom. Here are just a few ideas to get more out of this special night.

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Parents: 10 Ways to Help Your Children with Research Projects

Parents: 10 Ways to Help Your Children with Research Projects | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
INFOhio - Ohio's PreK-12 Digital Library

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Help parents help their children with research (without actually doing it for them) by giving them a copy of this flyer with tips for working research skills into everyday activities. Note: This flyer is one of several on the page. You may need to scroll down to see it and download it.

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Homework's Emotional Toll on Students and Families

Homework's Emotional Toll on Students and Families | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Homework dominates the evening for many families, even those with young children. All that time hitting the books (and arguing about hitting the books) takes an emotional toll on parents and students.

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Reflections: Engaging Fathers in Education

Reflections: Engaging Fathers in Education | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Kevin Bennett reflects on his own childhood and shares tips that will help keep fathers present, engaged and valued at the table. (Learn how you can more actively engage fathers in education.
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Teachers Tips and Resources: What teachers wish parents would do

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8 Easy Ways You Can Make Homework Less Painful

8 Easy Ways You Can Make Homework Less Painful | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Homework: I almost think parents dread it almost as much as kids do. We were lucky enough to avoid it for the first few years at my son's school,...
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