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Tomorrow's Teachers

Tomorrow's Teachers

Engaging Future Teachers


Engaging Future Teachers

Tomorrow's Teachers is an annual magazine for NEA student members. It offers a wealth of resources to those new to the teaching profession. Each issue offers help with job searches, provides classroom tips for surviving the first year in the classroom, recommends strategies for parental and community outreach, and much more.

 

2014 

Things to consider when deciding between getting a first job or a graduate degree. Tips on how to get a job offer and—most importantly—keep the job, once you've got it. How to get the respect of parents and administrators. Ten things you should know about the new Common Core State Standards. Why union membership matters. And much, much more.

 

2013 

NEA’s Student Program has been building student leaders for 75 years. Find out why it’s more important than ever for student members to be active and involved. Then, learn some of the best ways to use social media with students,  how the political process impacts what you see in the classroom, and how to decipher a salary schedule.

2012

Our annual magazine for NEA Student members looks at the importance of making cross-cultural connections in your classroom; why smart education legislation depends on you; how to successfully counteract stress; and many other topics of interest to new educators.

2011

Our annual magazine for NEA Student members looks at the importance of making cross-cultural connections in your classroom; why smart education legislation depends on you; how to successfully counteract stress; and many other topics of interest to new educators.

2010

Establish authority in the classroom; build great relationships with mentors; plus, six key steps to landing your first job. This issue has all the articles you voted for!

2009

Collective action requires more than numbers -- it takes dedicated members working together. Plus find out how to make backup plans to secure next year's college tuition.

2008

The Millennial Generation is on a mission to educate. Plus we've all heard the phrase "dress for success," but what does it really mean?  

2007

Invest in your student chapter and enjoy the benefits long after your college days are over. Plus get some great reads. 

 2006

New teachers are between two worlds. Plus read a special report on lessons from hurricane Katrina.

 

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