You care about your students’ long-term well-being. So, teach them not just to achieve but to treat others well along the way. Here are a few tips to help teachers foster kindness in their classrooms.
Students need a break after an intense school year, and so do you! Even if you have professional development plans or other education goals while you’re not in school, it is essential that you take time to rejuvenate your mind and recharge your batteries.
Whether you teach English, math, or any other subject, you have to give tests – and to succeed in your class, students need to get comfortable taking them. How can you help students become better test-takers?
It’s probably pretty obvious when a student is struggling in class, but as you know, getting that child help sooner than later is crucial.
One challenge all teachers face is managing transitions from one activity to the next. That down-time can turn into class chatter and throw you completely off course.
School can be a struggle for students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). As their teacher, how can you make things easier and less frustrating for them and for you?
Every day, you strive to guide your students toward greater learning. How can you foster a climate that pushes students to grow and learn?
End-of-year parent-teacher conferences can make some parents nervous – and they might be stressful for you too, particularly when meeting with parents of students who are struggling.
Learning in the digital age has many advantages, and the plethora of apps out there to support students is a big one. Here briefly review a few of the best apps for your students to stay organized and focused.
You got into teaching for a reason: to make a lasting impact on students’ lives. So how can you do that? Here are some of the common traits and characteristics of the most effective teachers.