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Act More, React Less, & Always Plan Ahead
Tips from teachers on the NEA Today Facebook page: some school year survival advice you may not have considered before.
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Bagels and Fruit
What a yummy way to welcome new teachers and to say hello to your current colleagues. See if Ms. Walton-Faria's tip can work for you!
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Blooming Students
The simplest gestures can have the biggest impact. Read about Ms. Shelter's tip and see it you can make it bloom in your school.
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Copy Box
Ms. Eller grew tired of needing a pencil, or a ruler, or a sticky note whenever she went to the copy room. See what she does now that makes the copy room visit short and sweet - no matter what supply she needs!
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Cozy Old and New Teachers
It’s easy to become so focused on our students that we sometimes forget that new teachers also need love, support and nurturing. This veteran teacher shares her strategies for welcoming new teachers to her school and making them feel comfortable.
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Dress for Success in the Classroom
How you dress can make or break a successful school day. Check out these tips from seasoned teachers to help you find a balance between the professional and the practical.
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Filling a New (or Veteran!) Teacher's Stocking
Over the years Ms. Sunderland has collected a list of great suggestions for stocking stuffers, some are her own ideas, others she borrowed, but all the ideas are good.
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Forgive Yourself
Ms. Kast takes photos of her students throughout the year and uses the pictures to measure their progress throughout the year. Discover how each student mounts the pictures and writes descriptions, memories and reactions about each photo in the yearbook.
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Good Read for New and Veteran Teachers
Ms. Fryar read a book that helped her maintain good relationships with parents by being more confident in her communication with them. Now she wants to share it with you!
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Greeting Cards
A new teacher's first day can be daunting and nerve-racking to say the least. Ms. Rhodus has a thoughtful tip for you to help your new colleage feel welcomed and less anxious.
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