New and Pre-Service teachers

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There’s no doubt in our minds that teaching is the best job ever. We readily admit to the exhaustion, but when one of our kids makes a connection, it’s totally worth it! Here are a few pages specifically for those new teachers, and don’t forget to check out our upcoming episodes just for you!

https://www.teachstarter.com/us/blog/classroom-reward-systems-and-intrinsic-motivation-us/

 

http://www.ascd.org/publications/newsletters/education-update/jul18/vol60/num07/Ditching-Your-Classroom-Reward-System.aspx

 

Why Stickers, Pizza Parties, and Tickets Didn't Work in My Classroom
Why Stickers, Pizza Parties, and Tickets Didn’t Work in My Classroomhttp://ajjuliani.com/stickers-pizza-parties-tickets-didnt-work-classroom/It was towards the middle of my first year teaching (8th grade) when it hit me: My class was spinning out of control, and it was all my fault. I was an eager first-year teacher, with

What's Your Most Natural Teaching Style?

What’s Your Most Natural Teaching Style?https://www.middleweb.com/36854/quiz-whats-your-most-natural-teaching-style/As an un-athletic, uncoordinated person with negative memories of childhood sports, I realized too late it was a bad idea to start a middle grades soccer team. It turned out that…

The One Thing No New Teacher Has to Worry About

The One Thing No New Teacher Has to Worry Abouthttp://www.matthewrmorris.com/classroom/one-thing-no-new-teacher-worry/You’ve prepared lesson plans, units, and a collection of classroom management strategies. You are certified and ready to go. You are a new teacher. But, I know the truth. You are scared to death.

Tips for New Teachers - Proud to be Primary

Tips for New Teachers – Proud to be Primaryhttps://proudtobeprimary.com/tips-new-teachers/?Tips for new teachers and students during back to school time. Be successful and avoid the first year mistakes with these ideas I wish I knew!

Five Unwritten Rules of Teaching

Five Unwritten Rules of Teachinghttp://roxannaelden.com/2016/10/five-unwritten-rules-teaching/Here are some rules of teaching you won’t find in any manual – but probably should. Beg, borrow, steal… then adapt. Undoubtedly you’ve heard the classic teacher advice, “Beg, borrow, and steal.” A better phrase would be, “Beg, borrow, steal…and then adapt.” This is especially true with classroom procedures. Other teachers can share the basic… Read more »

 

 

Lesson Planning for PYP teachers!

https://makinggoodhumans.wordpress.com/2016/03/11/pyp-day-plan-template/

ASCD Lesson Planning

http://www.ascd.org/publications/books/109051/chapters/Lesson-Plans-and-Unit-Plans@-The-Basis-for-Instruction.aspx

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