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No matter how much you love teaching, avoiding teacher burnout should be a goal you take seriously. Burnout is a common problem, not just in the field of education, but in many careers.
Summer is coming to a close and many students start to get weary of the pressure of the upcoming school year. Help your child have a successful year.
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.
A scientific approach to teaching - asking the right questions can lead students to the right answer. Its said learning is best via discovery and self understanding.
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.
Many second or third grade students should be moving out of picture books and into chapter books. However, you may have a weekly book report requirement in your room, and you need an idea for creative book reports. Challenge students with an enrichment idea for reading–Chapter Book Challenge.
This article suggests a teacher tip in which teachers can learn by watching other teachers.
Students hate story problems but they love lizards. Use Leaping Lizards to develop an easy fun approach to story problems
This article suggests some ideas as to how teachers can organize makeup work and keep track of student absences.