I have another EdSurge case study up on this weeks S’Cool Tools! I lent my voice, along with Colorado educator, Tara Gilboa, to talk about the Merits of Google Classroom. This isn’t the first time I have talked up Google Classroom; it has been one of my go-to resources for going paperless in the classroom. So Head over to Ed Surge to check out the latest article on Google Classroom to learn more.
In light of The Jordan Project Teachers pay Teachers Store being up and running I figured I should start a recurring theme to highlight some of the free resources available. As you remember our store is still a work in progress but I have played around with some of the pricing resulting in even more free materials. My main motivation behind the store is to help ease my colleges planning, so please go explore. I am loving watching all my resources be downloaded. You have no idea how much my heart leaps knowing that exceptional educators all over the place are downloading and using MY curricular design. I seriously am so over the top excited about it all.
As for this week, the free resource is a simple classroom management tool to help organize the learning environment. It is a series of beautiful and minimal supply labels for teachers to use to decorate and label the supplies in their classroom. Each label is 4 inches by four inches and can be cut out by hand or with a 4 inch die cut. It is up to the educator but I always laminate my labels to help them withstand the wear and tear of little hands. Outside the classroom, these labels could also be used by the extra organized mama who wants to keep an orderly, curated home learning space. Enjoy, share and don’t hesitate to send pictures of how you use the materials. I love seeing my work in real time.
As always, giving credit where credit is due, the awesome wreath graphic from the exceptionally talented people behind Angie Makes