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First Year Teacher Tips - Simply Creative Teaching

Have you landed your very first teaching job? Read first year teacher tips & advice from seasoned teachers who have been exactly where you've been!

Classroom Must Haves: Things I Can’t “Picture” Myself Teaching Without

When it comes to organizing and planning a classroom, every teacher has a few items they couldn't possibly ever go without! It might be that favorite stapler, the perfect book, or an amazing resource! I know, I know. I just posted about Supplies I Can't Live Without but I

Elementary Attention Grabbers

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… for co-worker Secret Santas! This week, teacher Maria wrote in to the We Are Teachers HELPLINE! with the following Christmas conundrum: “What do I get for a Secret Santa gift for a …

First-Year Teacher: Your Questions, Answered! - Write on With Miss G

First-year teacher advice: How to prepare for your first year of teaching, how to decorate your classroom, what to do on the first day of school, and more!

Teaching Strategies Backed by Research

The 5 Best Methods & Specific Tips on HOW to Incorporate Each in Your Own Classroom Being a teacher is a tough business. It can be hard to navigate the classroom and know if your teaching methods are

Infographics Roundup on Teacher Burnout & Resilience - JOY IN TEACHING

65% of people are visual learners. Joy in Teaching has rounded up our most popular infographics & printables on teacher burnout and resilience.

Before yelling at your students, read this!

We’ve all been where you’re at. Your students are difficult to manage, they won’t stop talking... it’s all just too much! Your blood pressure starts to rise, you feel overwhelmed, and you start yelling at

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It’s important to make sure every member of the IEP team knows their roles and expectations. Unlike special education teachers, many general education teachers have a limited knowledge of IEPs and special education services. As a special education teacher, it is your responsibility to help general education teachers get to know the IEP and how they can serve special needs students in their classroom. If you need help explaining a student’s IEP to the gen. ed. teacher, these tips are for you.
Music Class Teaching Tips with Sandra from Sing Play Create https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqM-CZEFZulCloXzIHFHpxA
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