Fill in the blanks. Answers 1. The carpenter raised the shelf above the reach of children. 2. It is easy to raise tulips. 3. We… Continue reading
from English Grammar https://www.englishgrammar.org/raise-or-rise/
Vicki Davis on Episode 477 of the 10-Minute Teacher
Extensions can be useful, helpful tools for parents and teachers. There are pitfalls and pluses from each extension and ways to use them in the classroom. In this show, I’ll share eleven essential chrome extensions and information on the new web browser, Brave, and why people are using it. In the show notes, I share the links. Enjoy!
Learn about the 11 Chrome Extensions Recommended in the Show
Chrome Extensions and Software Mentioned In This Show
- Read Write Toolbar
- 3 Ways to ScreenGrab
- Color Pic Eyedropper
- Tip: Use with Coolors.co
- Gmail Notifier
- Sending Screens to the board (3 ways)
- Lightcast Sender
- Airplay (no extension – part of Native iOS)
- Miracast (no extension – part of Droid OS)
- Too Many Tabs for chrome
- Link Clump
- The Brave Browser
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from Cool Cat Teacher BlogCool Cat Teacher Blog https://www.coolcatteacher.com/11-essential-chrome-extensions-and-a-new-browser/
Crystal Willis on episode 476 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast
Students need to feel valued. Today’s featured educator Crystal Willis from Instagram and TpT as “SunflowersandSped” shares five important tips to help students feel valued. From noticing strengths to not making a simple mistake that makes people feel dumb — Crystal has practical tips to help all of us better make children feel loved.
Listen to Crystal Willis talk about promoting student value
Crystal Willis Bio As Submitted
Crystal from SunflowersandSped is an educator with more than ten years of special education classroom experience. Her credential is in mild to moderate special education with a certification in ELA. She has taught in both public and private school settings for elementary, middle, and high school grades, and is currently helping to oversee the implementation of a special ed program at a private school in Southern California. Crystal uses her IG account to connect with other sped teachers, parents, and students. She has a passion for making sure all special ed students feel seen, valued, and loved. As a student who struggled with dyslexia herself, she shares her story to build connections and community with her students and their families.
What’s next? Crystal is releasing her very own SunflowersandSped podcast in May. The podcast will give multiple perspectives on special education from the students, teachers, parents, and community. She’ll be interviewing people representing each perspective, as well as sharing stories, strategies, and resources. The goal of the podcast is to inspire hope and community building.
Glimpses from Crystal’s Classroom
from Cool Cat Teacher BlogCool Cat Teacher Blog https://www.coolcatteacher.com/5-tips-to-help-students-feel-valued-in-the-classroom/