I made the mistake of counting how many days we had until the last day of school. And the fact that we are already in May…(deep breath here) makes me feel a bit overwhelmed. From report cards, to parent teacher conferences, to packing and moving to another grade level (more on that on another post as I am still in denial)…time seems to fly. Yet, I cannot help but feel a bit nostalgic (talk about roller coaster of emotions) to see another group of students move on.
To celebrate each and everyone of them, I created a set of individual certificates (or diplomas) to hand to each one of my students at the end of the school year. Each one is unique (as my students) and entirely written in Spanish. I love them and hope you love them too. Did I mention they are editable? You can find them by clicking here (my TpT store).
How do you celebrate/culminate your year? I would love to hear your ideas.
Mapping Indigenous LA is working directly with 3rd grade teachers this summer to change the curriculum. Starting with the local! Change is coming! If you are a 3rd grade teacher inbox us for details or go further down this thread.
UCLA Summer Intensive for Bilingual Authorization – Spanish or Mandarin
June 26-August 18, 2017
On-Campus Intensive July 22-29, 2017
Earn your Bilingual Authorization in Spanish or Mandarin
Are you a credentialed in-service K-12 teacher with expertise in Mandarin or Spanish? Earn your Bilingual Authorization over your summer break in just 8 weeks!
The UCLA Summer Intensive for Bilingual Teachers (SIBT) meets all Bilingual Authorization course requirements, is approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, and is led by faculty from UCLA’s Center X in the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies and experts in K-12 language teacher training. #UCLACenterX #UCLAGSEIS #UCLA #Education #Teaching #Training #Certification #Summer2017
¡Seguimos celebrando Black History Month! Les compartimos una colección para niños de no ficción cuyos protagonistas nos inspiran y motivan a dar lo mejor de nosotros mismos.
Libros: Quién fue Louis Armstrong?, Me llamo...Nelson Mandela, Venir del mar, Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama: presidente de los Estados Unidos, El autobús de Rosa
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