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New teachers are so overwhelmed with everything they have to do. Here's how to get more done during your school day so you can spend less time working at home. new teacher Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Learning Log, Teacher Evaluation, First Year Teaching, Professional Development For Teachers

How I get more done with the little time I have

New teachers are so overwhelmed with everything they have to do. Here's how to get more done during your school day so you can spend less time working at home. new teacher | new teachers | new teacher tips | beginning teacher | first year teacher | first

A new teacher may find themselves wondering if they made the right decision. If they want to succeed in education, they need to have the right mindset. new teacher Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, First Year Teaching, Teaching Kindergarten

Do you have the right mindset to make it as a new teacher?

A new teacher may find themselves wondering if they made the right decision. If they want to succeed in education, they need to have the right mindset. new teacher | beginning teacher | beginning teacher tips | teaching | teaching mindset | mindset for te

What to do when you get an angry parent email As teachers, it's inevitable to have parents upset with us from time to time. Here's a tried and true method for resolving those conflicts. Teacher Blogs, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Resources, Teacher Stuff, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Ideas

What to do when you get an angry parent email

As teachers, it's inevitable to have parents upset with us from time to time. Here's a tried and true method for resolving those conflicts. parent emails | parent communication | angry emails | angry parent | solving conflict

Are your grading policies serving your students? Grades should reflect student learning and progress, not their ability to meet deadlines. Teacher Blogs, Teacher Resources, Classroom Resources, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Design, Google Classroom, Math Teacher, Future Classroom, Teacher Stuff

Grading your gradebook: reconsidering grading methods to improve student outcomes

Are your grading policies serving your students? Grades should reflect student learning and progress, not their ability to meet deadlines. standards based grading | grading methods | how I grade | why I grade | what is the point of grades | how to grade

Top 10 Tips for Teaching in the Inner City Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Middle School Classroom, School Teacher, School Life, Teacher Blogs, Teacher Resources, Classroom Resources, Teacher Stuff

Top 10 Tips for Teaching in the Inner City

A collaborative blog post by two teachers who have a combined 22 years of teaching experience. They share their tips for successful urban teaching and classroom management.

things I wish I knew when I started teaching Beginning teachers have so much to think about and try to do everything. This doesn't benefit their students, nor does it positively affect their teaching. teacher tips Teacher Blogs, New Teachers, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Resources, Teacher Stuff, Music Teachers, Teacher Organization, Teacher Quotes, Classroom Resources

5 things I wish I knew when I started teaching

Beginning teachers have so much to think about and try to do everything. This doesn't benefit their students, nor does it positively affect their teaching. teacher tips | beginning teacher | first year teaching | first year teacher | how to prioritize via @mrslepre

Are you wondering: How to keep it together during unannounced observations, Which grade is the easiest to teach, Whether or not you should go straight into teaching after getting your credential? first year teacher Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Classroom Observation, Learning Log, Teacher Evaluation, First Year Teaching

TnT 2 Which grade is the easiest to teach, and other questions from the web | Teachers Need Teachers Podcast

Are you wondering: 1) How to keep it together during unannounced observations, 2) Which grade is the easiest to teach, 3) Whether or not you should go straight into teaching after getting your credential? first year teacher | first year teaching | first year teaching tips | beginning teacher | beginning teaching | grade levels | teacher observations | not ready to teach

It’s imperative that teachers take the time to examine IEPs and intentionally plan for the special needs of these students. Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Learning Log, Teacher Evaluation

Digging into data: Analyzing IEPs to be an effective teacher for students with disabilities

It’s imperative that teachers take the time to examine IEPs and intentionally plan for the special needs of these students. special education | IEP | special needs | learning disability | teaching | education

It’s imperative that teachers take the time to examine IEPs and intentionally plan for the special needs of these students. Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Learning Log, Teacher Evaluation

Digging into data: Analyzing IEPs to be an effective teacher for students with disabilities

It’s imperative that teachers take the time to examine IEPs and intentionally plan for the special needs of these students. special education | IEP | special needs | learning disability | teaching | education

TnT 1 Using end-of-the-year student feedback to guide your teaching Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Reflective Learning, Learning Log, Teacher Evaluation, Feedback For Students

TnT 1 Using end-of-the-year student feedback to guide your teaching | Teachers Need Teachers Podcast

Do you collect student feedback? If not, you should! It’s a great way to know how students perceive your effectiveness, and whether or not you’re creating relationships and connecting with them.It’s also a quick and easy way for students to feel that they have a voice in their education. end of the year | student feedback | podcast | first year teacher | first year teaching | beginning teacher | first year teaching tips | end of the year reflection

Every school has its own philosophy and mission in terms of behavior, but some take it a step further. James Moffett dives deep into how being a trauma-informed school is the best form of classroom management and how it influences his hiring decisions. Teaching Job Interview, Teaching Jobs, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Trauma, Teacher Evaluation

TnT 9: James Moffett tells us how a teacher's approach to classroom management can make or break an interview | Teachers Need Teachers Podcast

Every school has its own philosophy and mission in terms of behavior, but some take it a step further. James Moffett dives deep into how being a trauma-informed school is the best form of classroom management and how it influences his hiring decisions. classroom management | job interview | teaching job interview | first year teacher | beginning teacher | first year teacher tips | how to interview | trauma-informed school

How to use students' Lexile scores and reading levels to inform educational decisions. Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Learning Log, Back To School Teacher, High School

Digging into data: how Lexile scores can help to inform educational decisions

It’s time for a vlog post! This week I’ve taken to video format to show you how to use students’ Lexile scores and reading levels to inform educational decisions. I’ve included a breakdown of two of my classes’ Lexile scores and how I plan to use them for groups and seating charts. #education #lexi…

Digging into data: your pre-assessment data is the rudder to your ship Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Student Data Tracking, Learning Log, Formative And Summative Assessment

Digging into data: your pre-assessment data is the rudder to your ship

Design a good pre-assessment to collect baseline data on your students. Determine the foundational skills that they need to start the year off right.

It’s eye-opening when you see it compiled into a spreadsheet. While a student isn’t just a sum of their parts, it’s important to make a plan that can best move your students forward. collect data seventh grade Teaching Skills, Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Seventh Grade, Eighth Grade

Digging into data: two teachers' perspectives on demographic data

It’s eye-opening when you see it compiled into a spreadsheet. While a student isn’t just a sum of their parts, it’s important to make a plan that can best move your students forward. collect data seventh grade | collect data | collect data and graphing | collect data activities | collect data eighth grade | demographic | teaching | teacher | back to school

Data driven instruction - 5 types of data you must collect to move your students forward – Data driven instruction Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Tools, Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Data Collection Sheets, Learning Log

5 types of data you must collect to move your students forward

5 types of data you must collect to move your students forward | data | assessment | demographic | lexile | pre-assessment | reading | IEP | special education

Give your lesson plans a reboot! Effective lesson planning doesn't always come naturally, nor does good classroom management. Learn how to do both and save time and your sanity. Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy Of Education, Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Student Behavior, Student Data, Classroom Management, Class Management

Classroom Management Lesson Planning Gui

Give your lesson plans a reboot! Effective lesson planning doesn't always come naturally, nor does good classroom management. Learn how to do both and save time and your sanity. lesson plans | lesson planning | classroom management | student behavior | how to plan a lesson