The first day of school is rapidly approaching, so it is time to start preparing for the beginning of school. It is time to start photocopying documents, writing lesson plans, and establishing that old routine.
This article examines activities that teachers can do while they are still enjoying summer break and able to relax. Soon, classes will be in session, and many teachers will be too busy and too tired to enjoy their time away from the class room.
This article explores whether teachers should be required to attend sporting events as part of their job requirements.
This article examines whether it is possible for teachers to instruct students how to write or whether writing is a natural-born talent.
Do you want to raise your students’ test scores? Of course, you do. This article offers five suggestions that will help your students do their best.
This article suggests that teachers can make extra money tutoring students during the summer.
This article explores possible career moves that teachers may wish to consider if they are ready to leave the profession. The skills you have developed as a teacher will help you to find a new position, and there are lots of options available to you.
Do your students like to chat while you are attempting to teach? Do they watch the clock constantly during your class? What about those students who flip through notebooks while you are teaching? This article offers suggestions that you can implement that will put an end to such disruptions.
This article examines ten reasons why teachers should stay at their current school or to seek employment or other opportunities at another school.
Teach writing and grammar while preparing kids for the workplace.
English lessons and creative writing can actually be fun for your students if the teacher gets a little creative as well. Here are some interesting ideas to try to get your students more interested in literature.
This lesson plan offers a strategy for teaching kids to add details to writing.
This article suggests an activity which focuses and engages students when they must read literary works in class. It also a great activity that will encourage students with minimal reading skills to become engaged in the literary work at hand.
This article offers suggestions as to how teachers can reclaim their authority in their classroom.
This article suggests a teacher tip in which teachers can learn by watching other teachers.
Use prompts to teach students to stay on topic when writing an essay.
This article suggests some ideas as to how teachers can organize makeup work and keep track of student absences.
This article examines the importance of contacting parents of failing students.
This article explains the concept of a floating teacher as well as examines the pros and cons of floating.
This article discusses how students cheat when assisted by technology.