I thought I’d list some of the posts where I offer some basic help to new teachers or student teachers.
1. How to Let Parents Know What’s for Homework
This is a great way to keep students from fooling their parents about what they should be doing that evening. The best part about it is that you don’t have to do any work once it’s set up. Parents love it. Kids not so much. Click here.
2. What Principal’s Look for in a Prospective Teacher
I had a principal call me about a student teacher of mine, and I thought I’d share some of the questions I was asked. Click here.
3. How to Get Hired as a Full Time Teacher
My student teacher was hired as soon as she left my class. With so few positions open, find out why she got the job. Click here.
4. 5 Ways to Get the Class Quiet Without Raising Your Voice
Teachers should never have to yell or scream at a class. Here are some strategies that I learned over the years. Click here.
6. How to Write a Class Rap
This will work once, maybe twice in middle school. It’s a fun way to review a lesson. Click here.
7. Why Every Teacher Should Have Their Own Website – At Least Two
Learn why you can make an impact not only on your students, but on the teaching world. Click here.
8. 10 Ways To Make Your Classroom Better Than Home
Too many students have home lives that can break your heart. Learn some quick and easy ways to provide that safe caring place away from home. Click here.
9. What To Do When The Student is Being Defiant
You’ll have those students who do not take the hint after three warnings. It’s time to take back control of your classroom. Here’s how. Click here.
10. Top Ten Classroom Management Tips
Just another post where I share some quick and easy strategies that I’ve learned over the years to keep my students learning. Click here.
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