Instagram Bulletin Board. From Marci Coombs Blog

I just got done helping my sister with her Quarter Bulletin Board . {She teaches grade}. We& gone with a SOCIAL MEDIA them.

Love the TWEET board.  Kids can quickly add what they learned about the lesson or answer a question posted by teacher.

I have had the BEST first week! It was jam packed and the days went by in the blink of an eye. I& been use to have 18 kids for the whole .

Twitter exit cards -- Today's Teaching Tweet. Students put their names in the form of @____ and then below that they write what they learned from today's lesson. Lastly, they #hashtag a "trending topic."

Today's Tweet Exit Cards

Students put their names in the form of @ then below that they write what they learned from today's lesson. Lastly, they a "trending topic.

Sharing is caring...One of my students paid me the biggest compliment the first week of our new semester with one sentence, “Mrs. Shaver, you got style!” Let me tell you first hand, teenagers are not easy to impress and will tell it like it is whether I want to hear it or not. So hearingRead more

Creating the Cozy Classroom on a Budget

Sharing is caring.One of my students paid me the biggest compliment the first week of our new semester with one sentence, “Mrs. Shaver, you got style!” Let me tell you first hand, teenagers are not easy to impress and will tell it like it is whether I w

Print off this blank "Twitter" feed and have your students fill it in with tweets from book characters, authors, historical figures, scientists and more!

Tweeter - Create Your Own Twitter Feed

I used something similar for Romeo and Juliet. a handout works better! Maybe even for lit circles in ALA!

Twitter board for exit tickets. Also, # the birds & each student puts their Post-It on their #

Great for Exit Tickets- assign students a number, use post-it, and an instant check of understanding--exit slips are awesome--this one lets you know right away who didn't do one.

One of the struggles facing teachers today is getting students to buy in.  So, when I started doing Romeo and Juliet with my class I thought it'd be a great opportunity to try my own version of a Twitter bulletin board.

One of the struggles facing teachers today is getting students to buy in. So, when I started doing Romeo and Juliet with my class I thought it'd be a great opportunity to try my own version of a Twitter bulletin board.

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