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For this week's Feel Good Friday post, we bring you more fun Teacher TikTok accounts to follow.
#TeacherTikTok continues to be the very best part of the internet.
So full of educators sharing their classroom experience, tips & tricks, and so much more. Everybody loved The Latest and Greatest on Teacher TikTok so much that we knew we had to do a part 2!
Here’s another batch of our favorites! Consider it guilt-free scrolling; it is, after all, work related:
@Formerlyemoteacher AKA Bucky
Formerlyemoteacher takes station rotation to the next level on days when her students seem burnt out. She gives options for making up missed assignments, getting creative, and expressing gratitude. This feels like it should be an end of year staple!
@Mrwilliamsprek AKA Mr. Williams
Mrwilliamsprek (inventor of the “pre-k pause!”) shows an awesome app to bring artwork to life for students of all ages. Bringing classic works to life with 2021 technology? Sign us up!
@Thenewkiddinator AKA Anna
Thenewkiddinator is out here doing the most to make sure that her students are sent off in style at the end of each year! And, she notes, that not everyone has it in them to do the most and provides a bunch of options to make this VIP program as simple or complicated as you like.
@Chemicalkim AKA "Chemical Kim"
Chemicalkim thinks that you shouldn’t have to choose between a science project and an art project - she has a great activity that does both!
@Theconsicouslee AKA "Conscious Lee"
Theconsicouslee tells his students everyday that, “Education is elevation,” and puts that to good use with an activity having students construct a thesis statement and conduct research about “a hustle” - giving them the foundations for entrepreneurship as high school freshman!
And, beard_al pulls off perhaps the greatest prank on his students. Ever.
Let us know in the comments below and we will add them to the list!
And, as always, happy teaching and learning!
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