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  • How to be an awesome mentor teacher

      My first teacher job was a split math and biology position at a great private school.  I was brand new, and I mean BRAND NEW!  I had previously taught and tutored several subjects in math and science, but I had never had my own class of high schoolers before and my degrees were not […]

  • 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways

      Thank you for following my blog and using my resources in your classroom!  I’m doing 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways for my email subscribers.  I’ll be sending out gifts every day.   When you enter, you’ll be subscribing to my email list.  I email my subscribers with periodic tips, freebies, and information about sales; […]

  • Ten MORE Tips for Teaching ELL Science

    Ten more tips for teaching ELL science

    Students come into our classroom every day with more and challenges.  We as teachers want to do all we can to help ALL of our students succeed, no matter where they came from and what language they speak at home.  Teaching science to ELL students is a challenge because as ELL students are learning English, […]

  • Huge Secondary Science Annual Blog Hop and Giveaway

    WHERE  DID THE SUMMER GO?   I swear the copies I made in June are still warm!   I hope you had a terrific summer and even if you’re not quite ready to go back, a bunch of us over at TeachersPayTeachers are ready for you and have a fantastic giveaway going just for you, […]

  • Biology Doodle Diagram Notes Set Giveaway!

    Hey everyone!  A lot of teachers are going back to school this week or next and I want to celebrate you all with a giveaway of my biology doodle diagram notes.  This set is almost half completed (I’m completing it all by December) and it is already one of my bestselling resources on Teachers Pay […]

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