Our blog post, due to the senstive nature, is submitted by an anonymous writer this week. Our thoughts go to this teacher and any other educator ever put in her situation. My daughter is a third-generation teacher—following in the footsteps of … Continue reading
Today I need to be both productive and peaceful. It always begins with a deep breath.
So, we have established a few pieces that will help: our new teacher community (NTC): Pssst….I’m a New Teacher, a free tutorial on the NTC based on the text, The New Teacher Book, and a free Toolkit o’ Fun.
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Mentoring is beneficial for the mentor and mentee is so many ways. Some benefits may not be realized until the mentee is an adult and may no longer be in touch with the mentor.
You don’t have to do wild and crazy things to infuse excitement and avoid burn-out, just make it a priority to change your routine and take a risk. The reward is a refreshed and learning brain, and less of an urge to get away from it all. Continue reading
Once I know that I can do something with even a little bit of flair or success, I want to try it again and again. This is the practice that leads to skill and success – in anything!
Thank you to the passionate teachers out there who love what they do and the teachers (and administrators) who aren’t afraid to give the kids the responsibility and power to take ownership of their lives and their futures.