We use the Readers’ Throne in my classroom when students present their independent writing projects.
At the beginning of each school year, I ask my students to write about and bring in a photo of a loved one to put on display so they can walk up to that photo in times of struggle and success to remind them who they work hard for.
Each student in my 3rd-grade class takes a turn as ‘Alexa’s friend of the day.’
It is so important to let our students express how they feel, though many do not know how.
Michelle Obama is an inspiration to so many, including the students in my advisory class.
Before my 9th-grade ELA students read "A Quilt of a Country" by Anna Quindlen, they created personal identity projects.
I use my class microphone to engage my students.
Our new "push wall" has been a huge hit with our 2nd-graders.
I created my “Zen Zone” for my students to be able to come to when they are frustrated, anxious, angry or sad for whatever reason.
My students are the real champs! C- Cooperative, H- Honest, A- Accountable, M- Motivated, P- Polite!