Faculty Survey: A Tool for Brave Administrators
Teachers are the most important source of information about effectiveness as an administrator. Use this editable survey to survey teachers about school culture, expectations, decision-making, and overall strengths and growth areas. CultofPedagogy.com
The "How's It Going?" Form: Secondary/College Level
Student feedback is the MOST important feedback you can get as a teacher. This simple form gives you a printable PDF to gather that feedback. Includes the original PowerPoint so you can edit it for your own specific needs. SECONDARY/COLLEGE version for grades 7-12 and beyond. #CultofPedagogy
The "How's It Going?" Form: Elementary Level
Student feedback is arguably the MOST important feedback you can get as a teacher. This simple form gives you a printable PDF for gathering that feedback. Includes the original PowerPoint so you can edit it for your own specific needs. ELEMENTARY version appropriate for grades K-6. #CultofPedagogy
What to Do on Lame Duck School Days
When you are still technically in school, but the conditions just are not great for teaching, what do you do to make the most of the time? Here is a list of ideas. CultofPedagogy.com
What Should Your Teacher Book Club Read?
Start by figuring out what your goals are. You might try my Gut-Level Teacher Reflection exercise to pinpoint your most pressing needs. (FREE Download on my TPT Store) CultofPedagogy.com
Job Interview Advice for Teachers
What do principals look for when interviewing prospective teachers? Five administrators share their own personal Do's and Don'ts of the teaching job interview. CultofPedagogy.com
Creative Reflection Technique: Everyone Wins When Students Map their Learning | Reading and Writing
Creative reflection activity for the end of the school year! Students map their learning by creating personalized, detailed concept maps that capitalize on brain-based connections #EndofYearActivities #MiddleSchool #HighSchool
10 Ideas for a Fun, Reflective End of the Year Activity — Mud and Ink Teaching
Don’t let the end of the school year pass you by without putting a meaningful, purposeful end to the time you’ve had with your students. Here are 10 ideas you can implement today!
Legacy Projects – Ideas that Keep on Giving
The end of the year is approaching fast, you’ve already taught the entire curriculum, and you’re looking for something fun to fill those last few days. Have your students do a legacy project!
Should You Switch Grade Levels? | Cult of Pedagogy
Help this teacher decide whether to make the switch. What are the pros and cons of teaching in elementary vs. secondary? CultofPedagogy.com
What to Do on Lame Duck School Days | Cult of Pedagogy
Technically we’re still in school, but because it’s right before vacation, the end of the school year is near, or we’re in the middle of standardized testing, those class hours don’t have the same instructional potential as your average school day. On these Lame Duck days, it’s hard to figure out what we can do to still provide valuable learning experiences for our students. #CultofPedagogy