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How to Soundtrack your Remote Classroom

How to Soundtrack your Remote Classroom

Soundtracking your classroom helps with students' calm and focus and can reduce their anxiety while creating an atmosphere for learning. Soundtracking can benefit your students so much - even online!  In this video, you will learn how to set up, test and play music to...

Origami and Math

Origami and Math

Origami and Math Math and origami have a lot in common!  There are just so many math vocabulary terms you can explore and teach while you fold.  In this video, you will learn how to integrate many math concepts as you discover mindFOLDness create an origami box. Have...

How to Make a Flextangle

How to Make a Flextangle

How to Make a Flextangle Origami, math, art and a fidget.  Today we are going to look at how to integrate all of that by making a flextangle!  Making a Flextangle integrates art, math, origami and even some SEL.  This is a great way to add a little creativity in your...

How to Make a Mini Book

How to Make a Mini Book

How to Make a Mini Book A mini book can be a simple, yet fun way to work on any kind of content.  Use it when you are teaching or learning something new.  Make one to show your knowledge.  Create a mini book and then write a story, a cartoon or show off some drawings....

3 Ways the Arts will Help with Back to School

3 Ways the Arts will Help with Back to School

3 WAYS THE ARTS WILL HELP WITH BACK TO SCHOOL The ARTs will be necessary for helping to transition our students back to school.  No matter if we are teaching face-to-face or remotely, the arts can build community, help with students’ SEL, and deepen their...

Remote Teaching

How to Use Google Slides to Organize Your Remote Lessons

How to Use Google Slides to Organize Your Remote Lessons

Organize Your Lessons with Google Slides! Organizing your lessons can be a little tricky when you're teaching remotely. Let me show you how I'm using Google Slides to help me keep lessons, activities, resources and links organized and in one place.    ...

Back to School 2020 – Let’s Get Real

Back to School 2020 – Let’s Get Real

Back to School 2020 - Let's Get Real! This school year is like no other. Teachers everywhere are on an emotional rollercoaster as they deal with daily changes and challenges.  Here’s some great advice on how to handle this and keep your sanity by focusing on what’s...

Origami and Math

Origami and Math

Origami and Math Math and origami have a lot in common!  There are just so many math vocabulary terms you can explore and teach while you fold.  In this video, you will learn how to integrate many math concepts as you discover mindFOLDness create an origami box. Have...

How to Make a Flextangle

How to Make a Flextangle

How to Make a Flextangle Origami, math, art and a fidget.  Today we are going to look at how to integrate all of that by making a flextangle!  Making a Flextangle integrates art, math, origami and even some SEL.  This is a great way to add a little creativity in your...

How to Make a Mini Book

How to Make a Mini Book

How to Make a Mini Book A mini book can be a simple, yet fun way to work on any kind of content.  Use it when you are teaching or learning something new.  Make one to show your knowledge.  Create a mini book and then write a story, a cartoon or show off some drawings....

Teach SEAL

How to Make Homemade Paint 4 Ways

How to Make Homemade Paint 4 Ways

Making Paint At Home Can Be Easy! Here are 4 ways to make paint using materials you or your students have in your kitchens! This is great for distance learning and at-home art time. If you don’t have many art materials at home, try these 4 ways to create paint and...

Is Your PD Teacher-Centered?

Is Your PD Teacher-Centered?

Is Your PD Teacher-Centered?​ It’s important for your professional development (PD) to be Teacher-Centered so that you can get the most out of it. You need to take charge of your learning and in turn inspire your students. Here, I share 5 questions you can ask to see...

How to Make Playdough and Use it for SEL

How to Make Playdough and Use it for SEL

Making homemade playdough is easy and fun!  (A little messy too, but that can just add to the fun.)  Making playdough is something you could assign to your students.  Then, have them use it for sculpting assignments or stress relief.  (Great for some SEL!) Our focus...

3 Important things to Remember as You Teach from Home

3 Important things to Remember as You Teach from Home

If you are like me, you’ve been teaching remotely now for about 3 or more weeks and, to be honest, there are many more weeks ahead.  Remote teaching is now a reality for so many of us now.  You’ve probably been swamped with resources and expectations, but hopefully...

Teaching Remotely from Home

Teaching Remotely from Home

This workshop is geared to teachers who are transitioning to teaching remotely from home.  Learn some tips about mindset, how to keep connections with your students, and where you can get FREE resources for your students and yourself! And you can even earn PD for this...

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