We’re always looking for new content, but this month we’d love wikis and resources about hands-on projects and innovative classroom. By December 2nd, share your best hands-on project or any innovative classroom resource in the comment section of this blog post. We’ll share your resources with the rest of the Wikispaces and TES community.
Check out for anti-bullying and classroom management resource collections on Pinterest you’ve contributed to previously – they’re a hit!
Have you discovered a creative way to innovate the classroom experience? If so, show us on social media using #TESInnovates and you can win a badge to attend SXSWedu (worth $495), March 7-10, 2016 in Austin, TX! We’re giving away 100 badges to SXSWedu.
We encourage educators to be creative and capture your innovative techniques. Photos and videos are highly encouraged. Please share your social media post by December 11th. It must be public and contain the #TESInnovates hashtag to be considered.
No purchase necessary to enter or win. TES Innovative Educators Scholarship to SXSWedu Official Rules.
We’re excited to host happy hour in our office this Thursday 11/12, 4:30-6:30pm with CUE San Francisco! We’ll demo how you can use Wikispaces and Blendspace for blended learning over drinks and appetizers. Meet our team and network with CUE SF members and other educators in the SF area. SFUSD teachers, you can get 1 hour of extended hours pay using the Prop A professional development funds.
Sign up now before space runs out!
What: Blended learning happy hour with us and CUE SF (event agenda)
When: Thursday 11/12, 4:30-6:30pm
Where: 165 10th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
We hope to see you there!
We’re currently conducting a survey with preK-12 teachers in the US to get a better understanding of their experiences with professional development, especially for re-licensing and salary advancement. We’d be grateful if you could take no more than 10-15 minutes to fill out our survey by Friday November 13, 2015. As a token of our appreciation, we’re giving away five $500 Apple store gift cards.
We’ll use the information in an aggregated, anonymous format for internal purposes only. At the end of the survey, provide your email address to be entered in a random drawing to receive one of five $500 Apple gift cards. Only respondents who work in US preK-12 education and have completed the survey in full by November 13, 2015 will be entered.
Have a student who’s often distracted, or worse yet, several who are always acting up? Build positive learning communities and address misbehavior with our collection of classroom management resources featuring wikis, behavior T-charts, choice boards, and more. We have a special bundle of resources tailored for elementary school educators.
Do you have classroom management resources that worked particularly well with your students? Share them on in the comments section of this post, and we’ll feature them in social media. You all submitted awesome anti-bullying resources last month!