There’s no doubt that this school year is going to start uniquely. With large gatherings being banned, it may be safer to hold a virtual Open House, Meet the Teacher, or Back to School Night this year. Even beyond the state of the world right now, a virtual Open House as a typical option isn’t a bad idea. Parents may not typically be able to attend Open House due to after school activities, work, or other obligations, so having a virtual option is something that you may consider in the future as well.
What are you in need of?
For the Teacher
Organize & Plan
Technology & Google
Math & Science
Low-prep, easy-to-use resources for upper elementary classrooms
Educational content written just for upper elementary teachers
Back to school was always my favorite time of year. A clean slate and chance to get reorganized. A new group of kids who are excited to learn new content and participate in all of the fun, hands-on projects you’re known for incorporating into the curriculum. New supplies and teacher planner. You can start planning for back to school over the summer without it consuming all of your time off. Your future self will happy you did!
Each year, students sit on the sidelines as their parents talk to their teacher about their academic progress, behavior, and work habits. This happens across all grade levels. The teacher may ask a question or two to the student during the conference, but they mostly sit and listen. There’s a major lack of student accountability.
Hey there, friend!
I am a momma, educator, and tech-lover. I believe that the teacher is the fuel that ignites the learning effect within students. With the right resources to inspire and engage your students, they are capable of being motivated, high achievers in the classroom. My goal is to create high-quality, low-prep content and resources for upper elementary teachers.
– Tiffany Schmidt