The theme of this month and next month on this blog is all about creating teaching resources, but this week - we thought we’d do a fun twist and focus on projects that you can do using Canva WITH your students in the classroom. But first things first: if you’re not familiar with Canva, Canva is a 100% free online
This is a guest post by one of our blog writers, Katherine Miller. Introduction Being a teacher encompasses so many different skills. Some skills are taught and practiced in our pre-service work while others we have to figure out once we are deep in the trenches of student learning. One of the skills that didn’t get much attention, at least
Anybody else secretly love making fancy teaching resources? I can’t speak for everyone else but I could honestly spend hours getting lost in creating classroom resources such as worksheets, posters, graphic organizers and anything else I can come up with! Here are some examples of things I’ve been able to create using these tools! Teddy Bear stick notation Cool, right?
Looking for something fun to do with your students? The “escape room” concept has become very popular in recent years - both in education and IRL (in real life…!). Escape rooms make introducing topics, reinforcing learning and teaching concepts engaging and fun for students. And who doesn’t want that in their classes? What is an escape room and why use
Is it just me or did 2019 completely fly by? It seems like we were just ringing in the new year for 2019 and in the blink of an eye - here we are! At the end of the year, I love to do short reflections on my personal highs and lows from the year as well as highs for
We’ve reached episode 100! This year, Midnight Music: Published 38 blog postsReleased 25 podcast episodesHosted 12 free live music tech training sessionsWelcomed 100+ amazing members into the Midnight Music CommunityHad over 1,000 people sign up for Freebie Fridays on our Facebook page We'll talk about each of those things in more detail, starting with the podcast. Popular episodes