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How to Coach a Teacher Out
I recently got an email from a teacher I coached 10 years ago. The first sentence was, "I can't thank you enough for convincing me to quit."
7 Tips for Coaching PBL Teachers
National Faculty I love my current role as an instructional coach at the Shanghai American School. It is a complex role that requires constant reflection. I’m always thinking about how a coaching conversation went, how I can improve, and how I fit into larger systemic goals and structures. I’m coaching a lot of things, one of which is effective Project Based Learning. Regardless of where teachers may fall in terms of their PBL Teaching , we can create effective structures to facilitate amazing…
Tip for Teachers: Make Time for Yourself
Teaching can be, especially around this time of year, a taxing profession. Very few professions cycle like ours does each year, starting over with a new crop of clients each fall. Good advice for a…
San Diego Teachers: What Makes Them Stay?
As many as 40 percent of new teachers move on within their first five years. So we wanted to know: What keeps San Diego teachers in the classroom?
How to get the Most Out of Teachers Pay Teachers
Navigating TPT and maximizing your shopping experience is an art. We have some easy tips to get the most out of it and we can’t be more excited to share them with you! In this blog post, you will find helpful tips, strategies and important things to keep in mind when shopping on TPT. So...Read More »
Stockard Middle teacher is Region 10 Secondary Teacher of the Year
The third time was a charm for Beth Poquette Drews. Drews was a finalist for Dallas ISD Teacher of the Year three times, in 2013, 2017 and 2018, winning the honor this past year. But the accolades don't stop there. She is the Region 10 Secondary Teacher of the Year, representing Dallas ISD teachers and those from the 143 public, private and charter school districts served by the regional organization. "What I enjoy most about teaching is getting to be part of my…
What Secondary Teachers Can Learn From Elementary Teachers
I sat outside my son’s first grade classroom helping students practice handwriting skills one day when a lightning bolt hit me. Kids were in and out of the room, going to reading group, using the r…
What Kids Wish Their Teachers Knew
A teacher’s insights from asking students to finish the sentence, “I wish my teacher knew …”
8 Tips for Substitute Teachers
By Andrew Hawk The substitute teacher is one of the most underappreciated and stereotyped positions in the professional world. The trials and tribulations of the substitute teacher are often made l…
Bastrop Middle School teacher takes top honor
A Bastrop Middle School teacher has been named the 2016 Region 13 Secondary Teacher of the Year, according to the Region 13 Education Service Center, which covers 16 counties in Central Texas.
Teachers and Back Pain: How Chiropractic Can Help
Teachers do a lot in a day. They stand for long periods of time, they stoop and bend, pick up children, carry stacks of papers, and sit for long periods while they grade papers. It’s no wonder that so many teachers end up with aching backs! While low back pain is the number one cause …
Milton celebrates our AMAZING Teachers and Professionals!
Congratulations to Ms. Gillian Miller for being named March Teacher of the Month Her teaching philosophy: She wants to influence students to love literature. By high school, so many students have a disdain for reading because they have been taught to go through the motions instead of enjoying the process. She wants to make her love of language and literature palpable in her classroom to help bring back the love of reading that so many students lose or have already lost. Congratulations to…
Teachers Should Design Student Assessments. But First They Need to Learn How
"When the day came to administer the first test I had designed," writes Brandon Lewis, "my heart sank."
Ex-teacher needs to get facts straight on Santa
We thought this debate had been settled for good back in 1897 with the publication of the now-famous "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus'' editorial in the New York Sun newspaper.
Father of Parkland victim says arming teachers not the answer
12 Class Etiquette Rules Dance Teachers Swear By
Part of preparing your students for the professional world is teaching them class etiquette that they can take with them when they leave. Different jobs will require different expectations for manners and behavior, but there are certain principles that are stalwarts across the industry.
Top Holiday Educational Games for Teachers and Tutors |
Here are some ideas that work well at home or at school to keep the kids engaged and learning, while also having some fun with the holiday season.
A Guide to Frugal Classroom Activities for Teachers
Providing engaging classroom activities for students is a top priority for every Teacher. Follow these top strategies to save money on classroom activities.
Teacher-Made Lessons Make Inroads
When Louisiana educators couldn't find curricula fully aligned to their standards, they asked teachers to write the units.