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Fun Pi Day Activities for Students of All Ages – The TPT Blog
March 14th is Pi Day! Bring rigor and fun together in your math lessons with these Pi Day activities for students in elementary, middle, and high school 🥧
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Fun Pi Day Activities for Students of All Ages
Bring rigor and fun together in your math lessons with these Pi Day activities for students in elementary, middle, and high school :pie:
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Happy New Year, Teachers: Resources for Thriving in the New Year
TPT is here to help you thrive (not just survive) in 2023 :dizzy: Check out these teacher-created resources to help you and your students start the new year off right.
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Goal Setting for High School Students: Why It’s Important, Tips, and Resources
Setting goals is part of life and school. Prepare for the new year and explore ways you can teach goal setting for high school students with these tips and resources!
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Managing the Sunday Scaries as a Teacher
Use these seven helpful tips to help clear your mind, focus, and ease your to-do list as well as your Sunday anxiety.
Whether you’re looking for politics and government lesson plans for high school, activities to supplement your high school civics curriculum, or current events projects to encourage student discussion, these resources will help you teach our future changemakers. Social Studies, Lesson Plans, Government Lessons, Social Studies Teacher, Political Issues, Civics, Government
Resources for High School Civics, Government, and Politics
Whether you’re looking for politics and government lesson plans for high school, activities to supplement your high school civics curriculum, or current events projects to encourage student discussion, these resources will help you teach our future changemakers.
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Happy World Teachers’ Day: Celebrating the Accomplishments of Teachers
At TPT, we believe that teachers should be celebrated every day. But we also get particularly excited when we have a dedicated day on the calendar to shout them out and show our appreciation for everything they do. And World Teachers’ Day is one of those moments.
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Teaching Test-Taking Strategies to High School Students
Teachers like you can help your students with test stress by preparing them for what they’ll see and do. Here are some ideas, methods, and resources that you can use when teaching test-taking strategies for high school students.
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Teaching the Latinx Diaspora to Secondary Students
When it comes to the Latinx community, terminology and identity are an important discussion with many varied opinions. Some prefer Hispanic, others Latino/a, and some Latine and Latinx. Still, many will not use any of these terms and just say their nationality instead. The conversation about the differences among these labels are there, but what’s talked about less is why they’re there. The short answer can be summed up in a not-so-simple word — diaspora.
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Top Advice for First Year Teachers, From Veteran Teachers
To help you confidently tackle the first weeks of school and beyond, we asked our teacher community to share their tips for new teachers.
While students may have differing levels of experience, executive function, and organization styles, time management skills are ultimately just like any other skill: they can be grown and honed for success with attention and practice. Teaching Profession, Teaching Time, Time Management Skills, Effective Time Management, Time Management Strategies, Time Management Activities
Teaching Time Management to Middle and High School Students
While students may have differing levels of experience, executive function, and organization styles, time management skills are ultimately just like any other skill: they can be grown and honed for success with attention and practice.
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High School Lesson Plans for Long-Term Curriculum Planning | TpT Blog
When it comes to teaching high school, having a long-term curriculum plan helps pace the class — both for you as a teacher and for your students. These high school lesson plans and resources can help you organize your teaching, grow your students’ skills, and build a strong content library for your courses and subjects.
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5 Meet the Teacher Night Ideas for Elementary School | The TPT Blog
To help alleviate stress and lessen your long list of to-dos, here are some Meet the Teacher Night ideas that might come in handy this back-to-school season.
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New Teacher Thrive Guide Archives | The TPT Blog
If you’re a first-year high school teacher, you may be feeling a million different emotions at the start of the new school year. Whether you’re feeling excited, nervous, or prepared to run a high school classroom for the first time, you can rely on TPT for the teacher-tested solutions that’ll help you teach at your best. As you head back to school, check out this new high school teacher guide!