As the end of the school year approaches, it’s easy to get caught up in the crazy to-do lists of all the tasks that need to be accomplished. While there’s no doubt that the logistical details are important, equally important is the need to ... Read More about 6 Ways to Savor the End of the School Year
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The ideal situation for teachers at the end of the school year is to be able to get organized, lock up their room and head out for summer break. Unfortunately, many teachers don't have that option. So you may find yourself packing up your ... Read More about Packing Your Classroom…Like a Boss!
So you're looking for a teaching job. You’ve done hours of hard work to get your applications filled out, your resume and cover letters uploaded, your work samples prepared and finally your hard work has paid off. You have an interview- ... Read More about Interview Tips for Teachers
We’ve all felt it- the urge to take a different route to avoid passing another teacher’s classroom. The feeling of dread when we end up on a project with a colleague we just can’t see eye to eye with. The powerful need to roll our eyes to ... Read More about When You Don’t Get Along With a Coworker
It’s not surprising that research shows that having adequate teacher planning time is an important part of our job. Adequate planning time has a direct effect not only on an educator’s quality of teaching, but on their level of job ... Read More about Making the Most of Your Teacher Planning Time
There’s no doubt about it: teaching can be a tough gig. There are so many responsibilities and demands that come with the job. In addition to the actual daily teaching aspect of our job (which, in and of itself is a heavy load), teachers ... Read More about When School Morale is Low