After 31 years of teaching, I’ve managed to pull together a pretty good bag of teaching tips. I won’t pretend for a minute that these are all my ideas … I have a great group of colleagues and we share generously with each other.
Some of the teaching tips you’ll glean from this site are for general teaching … other tips are specific for biology teachers. We have some lab equipment that’s unique to our science, such as microscopes, that require special management techniques. Teaching tips for lab activities will be different than those for collaborative group work or taking notes.
I hope you’ll find this section of the site really useful. Keep in mind, though, that what works for one teacher doesn’t always work for another. The success of any strategy depends on your personality, your classroom management style, and your students. But as this section grows, I’m sure you’ll be able to pull out some tips that add to your and your students’ success.
So are you looking for alternatives to interactive notebooks?
A simple strategy that can immensely and immediately help your classroom management?
Or maybe you’re looking for some information on how to get started with blended learning?
This area of the site will be constantly growing, so please check back often to see what’s been added. Or better yet, subscribe to the site to get monthly freebies, ed tech tips and a synopsis of all the new posts added! To thank you for signing up, I’ll send you my free Blended Learning Template and Cloning Lesson! 🙂 The template really helped me put my blended learning lessons together in a cohesive way. You can sign up over on the right hand side bar!
I’d also love your feedback. Are there any specific types of teaching tips you’d like to see here? Comment below and I’ll get to work on those posts right away!