Classroom Management for Middle School: Tips for New and Veteran Teachers

Classroom Management for Middle School

Learn alongside my middle school classroom as we explore educational technology, best teaching practices, and integrating both for student success!

Middle School Computer Lessons; Google Earth Scavenger Hunt « Tech Tips for Tech Teachers; Middle School Computer Lessons

Middle School Computer Lessons; Google Earth Scavenger Hunt

Middle School Computer Lessons; Google Earth Scavenger Hunt « Tech Tips for Tech Teachers; Middle School Computer Lessons

Whether you have a 1:1 classroom or can only get your hands on a few devices, technology can be used to meet individual students' needs or to foster collaboration between students. Middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed tools for reading actively online, language development, and focusing on the writing process rather than the product. Teachers also shared the challenges of using technology and experiences with blended learning.

Integrating Technology into the ELA Classroom: Tools to Support Reading and Writing

Whether you have a classroom or can only get your hands on a few devices, technology can be used to meet individual students' needs or to foster collaboration between students. Middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed too

All About Me Digital Activity for Upper Elementary / Middle School Students!

All About Me - Middle School - Digital / Google Drive Version

Learn more about your Middle School students in this All About Me digital interactive resource designed for the tween in mind! Asks students to complete a number of activities starting with 10 Things About Me, 9 Adjectives to Describe Myself, 8 Summer

Mskcpotter: Pandora Stations for the middle school classroom

Pandora Stations for the middle school classroom

Incorporating technology and classic literature for middle school and high school students. This allows students to be creative and prove that they understand a character/text!

Incorporating technology and classic literature for middle school and high school students. This allows students to be creative and prove that they understand a character/text!--use with novel and myth characters!

"I'm Finished, Now What?" is a phrase that sends most teachers running for the hills.  Use these 5 strategies to keep kids engaged in the middle school classroom.

"I'm Finished, Now What?" is a phrase that sends most teachers running for the hills. Use these 5 strategies to keep kids engaged in the middle school classroom.

Learn how to move your Google Drive teaching lessons to the top education apps. Great for upper elementary, middle school, and high school students. You'll learn how to work with Notability, Microsoft One Note, SeeSaw, Nearpod, EverNote, Pic Collage, EdMo

Learn how to move your Google Drive teaching lessons to the top education apps. Great for upper elementary, middle school, and high school students. You'll learn how to work with Notability, Microsoft One Note, SeeSaw, Nearpod, EverNote, Pic Collage, EdMo

Add spark to your short story unit with this high-interest story analysis and technology project using the free Adobe Spark website!   Students will create their own beautifully designed interactive pages with panoramic images, text, and multimedia based on their reading of ANY short story!

Short Stories Unit: Story Analysis and Technology Project. Use with ANY story

35+ Middle School Technology Projects for intermediate to advanced skill level. These projects and activities will save you so much time coming up with what to do during your computer lab time. Ideal for a technology teacher or media specialist.

Middle School Technology Projects

35 Middle School Technology Projects for intermediate to advanced skill level. These projects and activities will save you so much time coming up with what to do during your computer lab time. Ideal for a technology teacher or media specialist.

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