Teaching is one of the most challenging and rewarding jobs there is, and it does take some acclimating to get into a groove. One thing that can help tremendously is having a mentor to turn to and learn from as you move through your career.
You want your students to read more, and this month, there’s a great opportunity to encourage that: National Reading Month and Read Across America!
You’ve probably wished before that all your students would have an excellent work ethic. Students who work hard recognize that their future successes and failures are largely within their control and that the effort they put into their work is directly tied to outcomes.
Plagiarism isn’t a new problem, but it has become a more obvious issue in today’s digital age, where a world of information is at every student’s fingertips, and it’s too easy to copy, paste, and save. How can you teach your students not to plagiarize and deter this unethical behavior?
If you’re all about allowing your students to learn by doing, keep in mind how beneficial field trips can be for them. Designed well, these outside-the-classroom experiences get students engaged and excited.
As you know already, technology can enhance your lessons and empower your students. But there are effective and less effective uses of technology in the classroom.
Motivating your students after the holiday break can be difficult. Many students struggle to get back into the routine. Here are a few tips on how to re-energize your students for the spring semester:
You want to help students master content while also maximizing their potential, both in the classroom and life. Here are several tips to help you engage in transformational teaching practices that have a long-lasting, positive impact on your students.
The more you foster good relationships with your students, the more your students will feel comfortable in your classroom. Here are a few tips to help you build quality relationships with your students.
The things your students will remember most about their time in your classroom aren’t the day-to-day tasks or types of homework assignments. Find out five things your students will remember about you years from now.