Classroom posters not only display students' work, but you can create material to inform and help the students as well. In this week's post, I am going to show you two different posters and then give some advice on how to make them. The 'How are you?' poster Back in 2013, I created a classroom…
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Middle schoolers need to understand the directional terms they encounter on standardized test. Teacher advisor Kechia Williams explains how she helps her 6th graders master these key words to ensure...
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