Nov 27, 2020
It seems to me that there are two distinct types of teachers. Those that use Literature Circles and those that use Literature Centers.
Now over my career, I’ve used both Literature Centers and Literature Circles (we’ll get to my personal favorite at the end 😉). Neither is right or wrong and BOTH have...
Nov 21, 2020
Raise your hand if Lesson Planning feels like the biggest time thief. 🙋🏼♀️
Yes? Then boy am I glad I popped in your inbox. I know firsthand just how much time (not to mention stress) lesson planning can take. So I’ve gathered my top 5 tips to help you streamline this process and get you some of that free...
Nov 12, 2020
Today I wanted to take a little trip down memory lane. I’ve dug back through the Madly Learning Archives to gather the very BEST teaching advice for the junior grades.
So let’s jump right in, shall we?! Here are my favorite teaching tips through the years!
Nov 5, 2020
Know something we don’t talk about much around here?
Science class is a time that can be SO much fun for our students.
But have you been busy just handing out worksheets? Then...yeah, not so much fun for students OR teachers. 🥱
So if you’re ready to transform your science block into an...
Oct 29, 2020
I want to start off this week with a quick story. Recently, my daughter woke up with a runny nose, congested, sore throat, and a sore stomach.
This meant she would not be going to school. 🤒
This made me think about the current situation we are in. If you have family members that rely on you to take care of them or if...