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ESGI is proud to announce our newest content partner and "Friend of ESGI," Crystal Radke! Crystal Radke has created 57 custom ELA and Math tests especially for Texas teachers. All tests are aligned to the TEKS and designed to make your life much easier.
Teaching children to tell time is not a math skill. That may seem strange to say about a concept that is usually included in math text books and taught in math class. However, even though telling time includes an understanding of numerical values, telling time is more about learning how to use a particular tool, than understanding a mathematical concept.
The 31st Annual 2014 KTOT Conference is just around the corner and ESGI is excited to once again be an exhibitor!
New for this year, ESGI is pleased to announce that we have partnered with Chrysal Radke (Kreative in Kinder) to help produce custom Texas TEKS based tests into ESGI. The new Texas TEKS assessment tests will be available to all ESGI users starting in 2015!
Are you always on the hunt for new ideas to implement in the classroom? Want to keep up with the latest trends, news and happenings in education? Twitter can be an excellent tool to communicate with fellow educators and professionals in the field. If you're still wondering... "What is Twitter?" Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co-workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, and frequent messages. People write short updates, often called "tweets" of 140 characters or fewer. These messages are posted to your profile, sent to your followers, and are searchable on Twitter search. Teachers are on Twitter every minute of every day. There are daily hashtag chats where educators from around the globe collaborate, share interesting tidbits, and make lifelong connections never before possible. But before you write off Twitter as just another social media "FAD," take a look at these top 5 ways Twitter can enrich the classroom.
If you're anything like I was, you hear the term “essential oils” and your mind’s eye immediately sees a celebrity-type spending her day getting rubbed, scrubbed and submersed in mud. You would never think that essential oils would find a place or a purpose in your own life. Well, as my mother always says, “That’s what you get for thinking!”
Essential oils are nature's original remedy for healing and protection, and are technically described as concentrated hydrophobic liquids containing volatile aroma compounds, cultivated from shrubs, flowers, trees, roots, brushes, herbs or seeds.
For today, let's consider the basics as they may apply to you and your classroom.