Technology Teacher Tool Kit


There are an enormous amount of resources out there for all different kinds of teachers. Therefore, through a class assignment and my own nature I have created a couple Pinterest Boards to compile these resources in an easy access location.

There are six boards as so:

Classroom Ideas

A more appropriate term would probably be layout, but when is predictable and appropriate the best route? This boards has layout of desks. The constant struggle I have is wanting the community building of groups, but side chatter is my biggest pet peeve.

Conversing Classroom ideas on Pinterest.

Lesson Plans

If you haven’t figure out, I am studying to be a Latin teacher. Therefore most of the lesson plans go along with lessons in teaching Latin. However, some I have pinned just for the concept itself, and will revise it to fit my content when I need too.

Lessing the Stress in Lesson Plans on Pinterest.

Managing the Classroom

This would possibly be my favorite board. I love managing tactics and how to implement them in the classroom. Some of my favorite memories from school are teachers with strange tactics to get us to behave.

Managing the Class on Pinterest.

Parent-Teacher Relationship

Nothing is more important than having a relationship with parents, especially when there is the possibility of having their student for multiple years. Developing the minds of the youth is not a one person job.

Developing Parent Teacher Relationship on Pinterest.

Student Skill’s

I hope to teach my students more than how to conjugate sum and declining declensions. I want to teach them life skills that they can carry with them to what ever path their journey leads them.

Setting Up Student’s Skills on Pinterest.

PAT Options

PAT stands for Preferred Activity Time. It is a management tactic developed by Fred Jones. When it was explained to me, it was a lot of keeping track of time and worries about causing debate. However, I see it more as, when the students manage to complete everything I had plan, I should be able to whip out something fun, whether it is related to Latin or not. Most of these are little tutorials in origami or ice breakers to get the students to know one another.

Follow Stephanie’s board PAT Options on Pinterest.

These categories have helped develop an idea of what kind of teacher I aspire to be. I hope it has lead you to new ideas you may not have considered.


About Stephanie

Latin is my major and teaching is my aim. I enjoy puns and making learning and life dorkily effective. This is the term I use to define my teaching philosophy. It means that things do get done, but can be done in a dorky fashion.

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