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Building professional relationships as a teacher requires intention and time. Two seasoned teachers provide methods for working with teachers, co teachers, and administrators. Parents As Teachers, New Teachers, Your Teacher, Persuasive Writing, Writing Rubrics, Paragraph Writing, Opinion Writing, Writing Lesson Plans, Professional Development For Teachers

Professional Relationships

Building professional relationships as a teacher requires intention and time. Two seasoned teachers provide methods for working with teachers, co teachers, and administrators. #TeacherTips #NewTeachers

Have you ever read this iconic teacher book? Read this blog post to find out why so many teachers think this is a must read! Teaching High Schools, Teaching Tips, Teaching Reading, Learning, First Year Teachers, New Teachers, English Teachers, English Classroom, Meet The Teacher

The Most Important Book a Teacher Will Read

Before I started teaching, a mentor gave me The First Days of School by Harry K. Wong and Rosemary T. Wong. I read it then, and I've revisited it every summer before going back to

The relationships you build with other teachers. Read sensible tips for building relationships with your coworkers as an educator. Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Classroom Setup, Art Classroom, New Teachers, Your Teacher, Professional Development For Teachers, Secondary Teacher, Creative Teaching

Teacher Relationships

The relationships you build with other teachers. . . matters. Read sensible tips for building relationships with your coworkers as an educator. #TeacherTips #NewTeachers

In this episode, Tanya Avrith and Holly Clark share tips for creating an infused classroom while teaching remotely and favorite EdTech tools. Free Teaching Resources, Teacher Resources, Classroom Resources, Formative Assessment Tools, Educational Technology, Technology Tools, Professional Development For Teachers, Classroom Management Strategies, Teacher Hacks

Remote Learning with Infused Classroom

In this episode, Tanya Avrith and Holly Clark share tips for creating an infused classroom while teaching remotely. They share strategies for using Microsoft Education’s tools, integrations with other EdTech favorites, and stories from their experience supporting educators with distance learning. #EdTech #DistanceLearning #Teaching

Essentialism is on the rise! The trend to focus productivity in pursuit of LESS and finding the calm is on trend, but is it even possible in teaching? Social Studies Lesson Plans, Math Lesson Plans, English Lesson Plans, Teacher Problems, Professional Development For Teachers, Secondary Teacher, Teaching Quotes, Teacher Inspiration, Teacher Humor

Essentialism in Teaching

Essentialism is on the rise! The trend to focus productivity in pursuit of LESS and finding the calm is on trend, but is it even possible in teaching?

Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports are great for helping most students make behavioral improvements for academic success. Students who experienced trauma, however, are a different story. They need a uniquely therapeutic type of support and PBIS just doesn't cut it. Click through to learn more about the differences between a trauma-informed approach and PBIS. Also access our password protected resource library! #traumainformed #trauma #PBIS #studentbehavior #behaviormanagement Teaching Tools, Teacher Resources, Teaching Ideas, Behavior Management, Classroom Management, Vocabulary Notebook, Professional Development For Teachers, Behavior Interventions, Student Behavior

Why PBIS is Not Good Enough for Trauma Affected Youth

Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports are great for helping most students make behavioral improvements for academic success. Students who experienced trauma, however, are a different story. They need a uniquely therapeutic type of support and PBIS just doesn't cut it. Click through to learn more about the differences between a trauma-informed approach and PBIS. Also access our password protected resource library! #traumainformed #trauma #PBIS #studentbehavior #behaviormanagement

We Can't Pour from an Empty Cup: mental health is for teachers, too - edPioneer Stress And Mental Health, Health Teacher, Empty Cup, Professional Development For Teachers, Teaching Language Arts, Growth Mindset, Wellness Tips, School Teacher, Stress Relief

Teacher Mental Health is Important

As teachers, if our physical, mental, emotional (and as it applies, spiritual) reservoirs are depleted, how are we supposed to pour any heart or energy into our classroom efforts? In this post about teacher self-care, stress relief, and general mental health, I share why we can't pour from an empty cup. #selfhelp #selfcare #mindfulness #teacher #teacherburnout

How to Avoid Experiencing Teacher Burnout – Complete Literature Teacher Blogs, New Teachers, Teacher Resources, Teaching Ideas, Social Studies Lesson Plans, Math Lesson Plans, Teacher Tired, Professional Development For Teachers, Middle School Reading

Avoiding Burnout

How to Avoid Experiencing Teacher Burnout--With 5 Great Ways to Combat It. ♥ I will address some of the reasons for burnout and give some solid solutions to get you and your class back on your feet and excited about being with your students in class every day again! ♥ For more great info on elementary/middle school/ junior high literature, visit www.completeliterature.com. ♥ #MiddleschoolELA #TeacherBurnout #AvoidBurnout #LightningFastLessonPlanning

Are your students ready to perform well on standardized tests that question their analytical skills? Marzano’s Taxonomy of Educational Objective third level is analysis. Comprehension Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources, Teaching Ideas, Reading Skills, Writing Skills, Engage In Learning

How and When to Use Analysis Questions Effectively in Your Class

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​Sometimes a goal can feel so daunting we never take the first step to reach it. We might feel like change is an all-or-nothing situation in which we can’t try things out, we have to go all-in. Teacher Freebies, Teacher Resources, Time Saving, Saving Tips, Professional Development For Teachers, Change Is Hard, Assistant Principal, Change Management, Skills To Learn

Small Steps Lead to Big Change

The Power of Small Steps. Little actions can lead to big wins. Overcome fear of loss and change, and reach your goal of bringing less school work home. Scroll all the way down to enter our 5-Day Challenge! Check out the blog post by Lindsay Lyons for Time for Teachership. For more tips and #teacherfreebies, sign up for weekly emails at bit.ly/lindsayletter #teachinginspiration #growthmindset

Are you ready to attack the new decade? We expect our students to have a growth mindset, but do you? Explore your teacher mindset with these four suggested mindset shifts for teaching Century learners. Teacher Hacks, Your Teacher, Professional Development For Teachers, Middle School Ela, Free Lesson Plans, English Classroom, Teaching Strategies, English Lessons, High School Students

4 ELA Teacher Mindset Shifts: Develop a 'Maker" Mentality

Are you ready to attack the new decade? We expect our students to have a growth mindset, but do you? Explore your teacher mindset with these four suggested mindset shifts for teaching 21st Century learners. #teachers #mindsetshifts #21stcenturylearners

Visiting other classrooms has been one of the most energizing forms of professional development I have had as a teacher. I love seeing the possibilities, other teachers’ styles and norms, their. Social Studies Lesson Plans, Math Lesson Plans, Math Lessons, English Lesson Plans, Professional Development For Teachers, First Year Teachers, Teacher Hacks, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Ideas

Teacher-Teacher Visits

The Value of Visiting Other Classrooms. A personalized form of PD teachers can start on their own. Build teacher efficacy. Get inspired. Experience professional growth. This practice helps you, your colleagues, & your students. Check out the blog post by Lindsay Lyons for Time for Teachership. For more teacher strategies & free resources, sign up for weekly emails at bit.ly/lindsayletter

Special education teachers, are you sick of hovering while you provide inclusion services? Find out 7 concrete things you can DO as an inclusion teacher, even if you’re just “popping in” for a short time. Number 2 is my favorite! Inclusion Teacher, Special Education Inclusion, Inclusion Classroom, Teaching Special Education, Teacher Education, Kids Education, Elementary Special Education, Education Galaxy, Elementary Math

7 Things You Can Do As An Inclusion Teacher — The Designer Teacher

Special education teachers, are you sick of hovering while you provide inclusion services? Find out 7 concrete things you can DO as an inclusion teacher, even if you're just "popping in" for a short time. Number 2 is my favorite! #specialeducation

PBIS is huge in education. But, it's not enough for students with trauma histories. Social Studies Notebook, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, Student Teaching, History Education, Teaching Tips, Library Lesson Plans, Library Skills, Professional Development For Teachers

Why PBIS is Not Good Enough for Trauma-Affected Youth

PBIS is a great tool for school wide response to troublesome behaviors. However, it misses the mark when it comes to trauma-affected youth. Click through to learn the big differences between PBIS and trauma-informed multi-tiered school wide approaches. Help the students who need it the most. Plus, get access to our resource library! #traumainformed #trauma #schoolcounselor #traumainformedteacher #PBIS #MTSS #SWPBIS

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Top 10 Ways Dogs Help People with Autism | The Mom Kind

Top 10 Ways Dogs Help People with Autism | The Mom Kind Ways Dogs Help People with Autism. Autism service dogs or even a companion dog can make a huge difference for autistic children & adults #asd #autism #autismdogs #autismparenting #autismawareness