Teaching decimals doesn’t have to give you a headache! Using virtual manipulatives can help students gain a great conceptual understanding and a deeper knowledge of decimal operations.
Tests are a necessary evil of teaching and being such a data driven society, they can be added stress for students and teachers alike. Read about the dos and don’ts of offering test corrections to your students. Good for any age!
Google Forms is more than meets the eye. Read about uncommon ways to use Google Forms in your classroom to become more efficient and help keep more time for your teaching!
A quick read on 3 ways to use Google Sheets, besides calculating with formulas, in the classroom!
1: Flocabulary My students absolutely love Flocabulary and so do I! It’s a great way to boost engagement through hip hop music. Videos are aligned to CCLS standards for ELA and Math AND they have activities for students to do with the topics. Did I […]
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Hello everyone! Happy Tech-less Tuesday! Today, I am sharing with you Resource Roundup, an activity that I spoke about briefly in a previous post. I created this to help students become aware of all the tools and resources around the […]
So I’m a day late with Tech-less Tuesday, we’ll call today, “Without Tech Wednesday :P” I am writing today with education.com to show you guys how I used their worksheets in my classroom this year. I’m not going to lie, I strongly dislike giving my […]
Hello Everyone! Welcome to Let’s Tech About Math! I am currently a fifth grade math teacher with a love of technology. I attended a professional development that inspired me to become a creator rather than solely a user of technology. Teaching students to be fluent […]
I have been inspired by so many teachers who have these amazing resources and information to share! Read about these six wonderful women and how they teach for conceptual understanding with and without tech!
How much do you love labeling all the things? I mean, if you’re anything like me you label, cut, laminate, label, plan, and repeat. Well, I teach at a departmentalized elementary school and I love that I can just master teaching math and really focus […]
This post contains affiliate links through the Amazon Associate program, however the views and opinions are my own. Let’s talk about something that can make or break a lesson – student behavior. There are so many strategies and resources that a teacher can implement, but […]
So my last post talked about engaging students in six easy websites, and Flocabulary was at the top of the list! Let me tell you – it’s one of the best websites I was told about. My students love it & I’m not going to […]
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been so excited for decorating my classroom for this upcoming year! I chose to do a travel theme in the room, so everything has to do with airplanes, passports, and maps! I love to travel, so it was […]