Letting Go of Feeling Highly Responsible for Fixing Student Behavioral IssuesA Mental Health Matters Moment for TeachersBy Jane ArouetThis post is part of a free Teacher’s Life resource blog series courtesy of Teacher’s Discovery. If you would like to get more Mental Health Matters Moments for Teachers sent to your inbox each week, subscribe to our blog.I’m a high school … Read More
Saying No in Order to Preserve Your Precious Time: The Sub Crisis – A Mental Health Matters Moment from Teacher’s Discovery
Saying “No” in Order to Preserve Your Precious Time: The Sub CrisisA Mental Health Matters Moment for TeachersBy Jane ArouetThis post is part of a free Teacher’s Life resource blog series courtesy of Teacher’s Discovery. If you would like to get more Mental Health Matters Moments for Teachers sent to your inbox each week, subscribe to our blog.I don’t know … Read More
Teacher Affiliate Marketing Program for Teacher Bloggers and Educators – Education Affiliate Program from Teacher’s Discovery
Teacher Affiliate Marketing Program for Teacher Bloggers and EducatorsEducation Affiliate Program from Teacher’s DiscoveryTeachers are making money by blogging, especially when they become affiliates of educational brands. If you are a teacher with an informative blog for educators or an active affiliate marketer that promotes educational products to teachers, Teacher’s Discovery is a great addition to your education affiliate marketing … Read More
Bring Famous Art into Your School with a Traveling Exhibit!
Bring Famous Art into Your School with a Traveling Art Exhibit!Traveling Art Exhibits Available from Teacher’s DiscoveryNo other experience comes close to seeing world-renowned art in person. Many students, however, don’t get the chance to study the works of famous artists. But with the traveling art exhibits from Teacher’s Discovery, you can bring artists and art from around the world … Read More
Social and Emotional Learning
Multiple students have reached out to me over the years, sharing their struggles with depression. I knew I had to do something different in order to address the needs of my students. I needed to find ideas.
The Cool Generation
This has to be addressed immediately and unequivocally, but winning hearts and minds can be trickier than just shutting down the rude comments. I have developed the perfect tactic to address this situation.
How “C” (Comprehensible) is Your “I” (Input)?
We want to know if students really understand everything, but asking them if they understand won’t cut it. What’s a teacher to do?
I never practiced a lockdown drill as a child. I never thought, “Despite the danger, I want to work in a school building.” I never considered that being a schoolmarm could be any more dangerous than maybe getting ink from the overhead projector pens up and down my wrist and arm.
Fighting Senioritis: The Joys of Teaching 12th Graders
Senioritis, according to anyone who’s ever been one, is when motivation and effort levels flat line, usually during senior year, resulting in tardiness, absences, and poor grades.
7 Pieces of Advice I’d Give to Myself If I Were to Start Teaching Again
All of us, whether this is our 20th year teaching or our very first, must grow and change so that we can reach our students, who are also growing and changing.
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