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Greatest Hits of 2017

Another year is coming to an end, and that means it is time for another round-up of all the best blog posts from the year. This post is full of the top ten posts on this blog in 2017 and includes a little bit of everything.

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How to Unlock Your Full Math Class Potential

In this post, I discuss how I structured my math block along with strategies and resources for engaging students at each step. 

Cooperative Learning: The Jigsaw Strategy

All about my absolute favorite cooperative learning strategy for putting students in the driver’s seat. This strategy allows students to become the experts on a given subject and incorporate literacy skills along with listening and speaking practice. What more could you want?

10 Ways to Use Test Smash

Are you looking for a strategic way to prep your students for standardized testing? Look no further than test smash! 
This post will link you to the resources as well as show ten ways to use the resource and keep engagement high! 

Can Teachers Be Millionaires?

I never knew that investing could be so easy, but this book walks you through the steps and got me started down the right path for a more confident plan for retirement. 
You can’t afford to not read this one! 

The top ten blog posts from Teaching in the Fast lane in 2017! The Magic of Math Stations or Centers

I used to think that math stations or centers were only for primary grades, but I would be very wrong. Read this post for why I changed my mind about math centers and how I managed them in my classroom. 

Small Group Strategies That Work

I struggled to find a routine that would work for my students and me during small group time. 
I always felt like we were wasting time and not getting enough done. That’s until I used these strategies.

Cooperative Learning Strategy: Inside Outside Circle

This cooperative learning strategy is great for sharing or brainstorming as well as having students work with many other partners. 
Plus it is no prep!

Happy Teacher Series: Dealing with Stress

As a teacher stress is inevitable, but it is all about how you deal with it. 
Check out this post for a list of actionable tips to deal with stress in a healthy way that will ultimately make you a happier teacher. 

15 Pieces of Advice for New Teachers

Whether you are a new teacher or a veteran, these pieces of advice are a great reminder for all! 

How to Be Unhelpful When Speaking to a Student

It is tempting to fall into these traps when speaking with students, but it is imperative that we don’t! 
Check out these useful alternatives for what to do instead. 
Rizwan Ahmed
Rizwan Ahmed
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