Back to school preps can be stressful, and we're here to help! We've collected advice and ideas from veteran educators so you can start the new school year off right.
routines and procedures
What you don't know about your students may hold the answer to your best success as their teacher. See how one educator unlocks the key to undertsanding what makes her students tick.
One teacher's simple strategy to be able to scan the room and make sure everyone is on task, while fostering cooperative learning and partner work!
Connect with Your Peers
Kate Ortiz says, “My first year with 7th graders started out rocky, even though I had taught successfully for many years before that. Here are the things that helped my students get more engaged in their learning and be more respectful: First, learn their names. I was overwhelmed with the number of students I saw each day, having been used to elementary classes, and I didn't make learning their names a priority…”