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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5 Mistakes New Teachers Make
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 Strategies
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 to Build Culture
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.
Stay Focused on What’s Important
The ability to stay focused impact our lives. It increases productivity and shows where we place our priorities. Learn more.
Copyright Free Photos for Teachers
Copyright free photos are a must for teachers and students. In July, Unsplash launched Unsplash for Educators, and it is an educator’s dream.
Prioritize Your Responsibilities
When you prioritize your teaching responsibilities, always choose what benefits students first. Here are some tips to help:
Young Teachers Need Support
Young teachers need support and encouragement. They are our strongest assets and bring a lot to the educational environment.
Teaching Old Dogs New Technology Tricks
Technology tricks can keep non-digital natives up to date. Don’t let fear hold you back from learning the technology you need for your classroom.
Goal Setting Simplifies Your Life
It is easy to look at all the tasks you have to complete while you are teaching and to be overwhelmed. Goal setting can be simplified one step at a time.
Show Respect to Gain Respect
Show respect to gain respect. There are few absolute truths in teaching, but this is as true : “Students work hardest for teachers they like and respect.”