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.
Summer Vacation 101: The Teacher’s Essential Guide
This is about what teachers everywhere will be doing this summer. I was interested, so I asked.
Why Ricky Martin Is Unapologetically a Part of My Classroom
Wait—before you assume that’s just plain weird and click on a story with more educational value, at least hear me out.
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.
9 Things I Have Learned About Teaching Writing
February 28, 2019 Aimee Ross Credibility first: I have 27 years of experience as a high school English teacher and five as an adjunct for a local community college. I have taught 10th-grade English, journalism, 12th-grade English, creative writing, and Composition I and II. And I even advised the school newspaper for a decade. I have taught hundreds, maybe thousands … Read More
Three Steps to Proactive Classroom Management
Teachers can establish a proactive classroom using these three steps…