Here is a selection of the best Friday Funnies of the his past year. We hope that you enjoy them and continue to follow TCI on our blog, Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter! The Best of TCI’s Friday Funnies by Brian_ThomasTCI | Make your own at www.toondoo.com
To be clear…I’ve never met 3 kids like Felix, Josh, and Paul. Perhaps though, they just might be so excited to be in a class using TCI materials that they can’t stand the thought of missing out just one day. We can dream. Till then, try us out for free for 30-days HERE!
At TCI we are big proponents of warming up the class with icebreakers and team builders. Learn how to run our ten favorites with this great video. This is a great companion with our “Starting the School Year Right” lesson series.
Posted: December 20th, 2011 under Classroom Management, Educational Trends and Issues, History Alive! The United States Through Industrialism, Web 2.0 Tips and Tools.
Tags: Apple, cheating, school, siri, students, teachers
I made the following interactive timeline for those attending the webinar on Wednesday, Sept. 7th (3:30 – 4:30 PST) on Getting Started with the ISN. This interactive timeline was super-easy to make using the website, http://timetoast.com. The site is free and allows you/students to create interactive timelines that can be viewed as linear or as […]
Posted: September 6th, 2011 under Assessment, Challenging Students, Classroom Technology, Educational Trends and Issues, Grading, Interactive Student Notebook, Professional Development, students, TCI info, Web 2.0 Tips and Tools, Writing.
Tags: interactive student notebooks, isn, school, social studies, student notebooks, students, TCI, teachers
Some of the best memories I have from school never occured in the classroom at all. They happened at the Trenton city library, the firehouse, a trip to Fischer-Body in Hamilton, Ohio to see Smokey and the Bandit cars put together. <Okay, I just seriously dated myself there.> As a youngster and even teenager, my […]
This is the first in a two-part article about back to school night. I’m presenting a teacher’s perspective and Traci will respond with a parent’s perspective. We hope you get some good ideas and share your own best practices. As students are returning to school this week and next, many parents are gearing up to […]
As a teacher I know all about the various learning styles, multiple intelligences, etc. As a parent, I am having to do my research to determine which parenting style best suits me and my family…and I think I am different depending on the season! Depending on your location in the country, you may or may not […]