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Tip of the week: 

Everybody loves "Fun Facts" and interesting tid-bits, which is why everyone loves this Random Facts website!

 

 

Teacher Tid-Bits from the week of February 9th
 
   

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It does not matter if they are kindergartners or high school students, a good song parody always works to help memorize terms and concepts.  And by "good" we mean just changing the words to "Twinkle, Twinkle" or "The Wheels on the Bus..."

 

Teacher Tid-Bits from the week of February 2nd
 
   

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If you want to know your not alone out there, you might want to read this blog that shows the hidden costs of being a teacher.  What is that big "hidden cost"?  It is your time.

 

Teacher Tid-Bits from the week of January 26th
 
   

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#goodidea...  If you cannot beat them, join them.  There is a website that uses the hashtag craze to simplify U.S. history.  Perhaps you can do the same in your subject area!

 

Teacher Tid-Bits from the week of January 19th
 
   

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You may know Snopes as the site where you go to see if urban legends or just silly rumors are true.  Well, it can also be great in the classroom.  For example, check out this Snopes page to see what urban legends from science class are the real deal.

 

Teacher Tid-Bits from the week of January 12th
 
   

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If you are still looking for more inspiration for your bulletin board, click here for more funny teacher quotes and "bumper sticker" catchphrases


 

Teacher Tid-Bits from the week of January 1st

 
   

Tip of the week: 

If you want to sound like a good teacher, all you need is the right mix of terms and catch phrases.  Luckily, there is a site that lets you generate some "educational terminology" at the click of a button.


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