10 get to know you activities you can do when school starts even while social distancing that elementary, middle school and high school students enjoy.
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Avoid these 5 mistakes new teachers make and start your new career more smoothly. Teaching can be hard, so don’t make it harder.
Backward design lesson planning requires teachers to focus on what students are learning instead of what the students will be doing.
First week of school activities set the tone for the entire year. These 6 activities will build your classroom culture the first week of school.
Virtual field trips open up the world to your students. When you can’t visit in person, these virtual travel options are the next best thing to being there.
Ways to make learning real in an unreal time. Discover ideas to help teachers navigate online teaching to make learning authentic.
With a pandemic crisis it is important to ask: How should teachers talk to students about scary topics? What is age appropriate?
Let go of your ego. Teaching is hard enough without trying to know everything. Give yourself a break and admit when you don’t know.
20 ideas to teach random acts of kindness in your classroom. Teaching our students how to show kindness everyday is an ongoing process.
The ability to stay focused impact our lives. It increases productivity and shows where we place our priorities. Learn more.
Copyright free photos are a must for teachers and students. In July, Unsplash launched Unsplash for Educators, and it is an educator’s dream.
When you prioritize your teaching responsibilities, always choose what benefits students first. Here are some tips to help:
Young teachers need support and encouragement. They are our strongest assets and bring a lot to the educational environment.