teacher advice

Learning Events – Engagement made easy!

    I am loving transforming my classroom to enhance student learning!  It has been such a creative outlet for me as well as my kiddos! I want to share some reasons why these learning events are so fun and how they are tied to content.     1.  Plan around what your kids love!…

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Student Teaching Success- Now What?!

Thanks for stopping by again today! We’re moving on to part 4 of our series but first:  Part 1: Initial Contact  Part 2: Dress Code  Part 3: First Day and Beyond! Part 4: Last Day Part 5: Now What?! So you’ve finished.  It’s probably a bittersweet feeling.  Below are some options and ideas to help…

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Student Teaching Success- Last Day

Thanks for stopping by again today! We’re moving on to part 4 of our series but first:  Part 1: Initial Contact  Part 2: Dress Code  Part 3: First Day and Beyond! Part 4: Last Day So you made it through! You have planned projects, lessons, made it through observations, possibly had a meltdown (or two)…

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FYFF- Polka Dot Kinders

    Introduction: I’ve been teaching kindergarten for 13 years! I have wanted to be a kindergarten teacher since I was in kindergarten myself. I really do have my dream job! Best Tip for Management: In my experience, students respond best when you are consistent and fair. I also think it is important to create…

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FYFF- Mrs. Mathis’ Homeroom

First- Don’t forget to enter my giveaway to win $25 off a Teacher Planner by Erin Condren!  Welcome Mrs. Mathis from Mrs. Mathis’ HomeroomShoutout for Canadian bloggers! Introduction:I have been a substitute teacher for almost 6 years now. Teaching jobs in Ontario are very scarce right now, so I feel very lucky to even be…

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FYFF- Mindful Rambles

This week we have Rae from Mindful Rambles! I love her take on things! Introduction:I have been a teacher for 7 years. The first 4 years of my teaching career, I was an Early Childhood teacher, primarily with Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten students. After receiving my Initial Licensure in Moderate Disabilities, I began working at a therapeutic…

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FYFF- 2 Peas and a Dog

This week Kristy from 2 Peas and a Dog has advice:  Introduction:Thank you for considering me for your teacher feature.I have been teaching for five and half years in Ontario, Canada. I started my career in a Special Education classroom and have moved into teaching rotary subjects. Over the years I have taught many different…

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FYFF- Luckeyfrog’s Lilypad!

I’m so excited for our guest blogger this week!  I have read her blog and have gotten so much advice!  Especially for first year teachers!  She even had a fabulous series! This week Jenny from Luckeyfrog’s Lilypad has tips for you! Introduction: Hi! I’m teaching 3rd grade this year. Last year I taught 2nd in…

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FYFF- First Grade Fabulosity!

Advice from real teachers – the best kind if you ask me!This Friday we have Carly from First Grade Fabulosity  Introduction:Hi! I teach second grade (my blog still says 1st grade from last year), I’ve taught kindergarten for 2 years, First Grade for 2 years, and this is my first year to teach Second Grade.🙂 Best…

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Don’t we all need a support group?! and a SALE!

This is not totally teaching related, it is, but it isn’t (fair warning) Wouldn’t it be nice to have people/place to go as a Teacher’s support group!  What do you do when stressed out with work, circumstances beyond your control or just the teaching field in general?  I was talking with a good friend today…

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