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!

 

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 »

 

 

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