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How To Cope When Students Are Defiant – Guest Post by Julia G. Thompson

I am so happy to share this guest post by my friend, Julia G. Thompson. In this post, she shares some valuable information on how to have success in the classroom, especially when you have challenging students.  HOW TO COPE WHEN STUDENTS ARE DEFIANT –  by Julia G. Thompson The discipline problem many teachers dread […]

Emotional Intelligence for the Teacher – Guest Post by Maura O’Reilly

In my Adult Education course I was recently asked to share a resource related to Emotional Intelligence (EI). I found several articles and this video geared towards using the attributes of EI in the workplace. It struck me that this may be helpful to teachers edging towards burnout.   First of all because sometimes the […]

Time to Pat Yourself on the Back – Guest Post by Amazing Teacher Danielle Mizuta

Time to Pat Yourself on the Back – Guest Post by Amazing Teacher Danielle Mizuta

I interviewed Danielle Mizuta on the Amazing Teacher Podcast back in November of 2013 when she was the State lead mentor with the Hawaii Department of Education Teacher Leadership Institute. Recently, I asked her to write a guest post here on SITC, and she agreed. Danielle is also currently serving as an Autism Consulting Teacher […]

Being a New Teacher in the Digital Era – Guest Post by Brad Currie

Being a New Teacher in the Digital Era  – Guest Post by Brad Currie

When I began sharing my tips for new teachers back in 2010, one of the first educators who began encouraging me with his retweets and likes was Brad Currie. It meant a lot to me that an established educational blogger was appreciating what I was sharing online. Later, he shared his insights on my podcast, […]