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Advice for New Teachers

Advice for New Teachers

They say hindsight is 20/20, and that holds true in teaching as well. What you know now isvastly different from what you knew when you first started teaching. So, what advice would yougive your first-year teacher self? We asked veteran teachers to share their best advice for new teachers and…
10 Mistakes All IEP Case Managers Have Made and How to Fix Them

10 Mistakes All IEP Case Managers Have Made and How to Fix Them

We all make mistakes, but when you're an IEP case manager those mistakes can feel overwhelming. The good news? You're not alone in having made mistakes. The better news? Here's how to fix some of the most common ones! Remember that your situation is always slightly different and unique from…
Things to Cover During Morning Meeting

Things to Cover During Morning Meeting

Morning meeting is a great time to ease your students into the day! There is so much to do and so much that can be discussed that it's sometimes hard to narrow it down. If you're not sure what to talk about during morning meeting, we have some ideas of…
7 Things to Prep to Make the School Year Run Smoother

7 Things to Prep to Make the School Year Run Smoother

When a lot of teachers think of batch prepping for the school year they think it only happens during the summer. And, yes, a majority of batching does happen during those summer months, but there are things you can prep throughout the school year to make it run much more…
Jobs Students Can Have at School

Jobs Students Can Have at School

Students thrive when presented with opportunities to grow and take responsibility for jobs in school. While classroom jobs are always an excellent option for helping them develop those skills, there are also jobs students can have at school that benefit the entire building. Finding ones that fit with your school's…

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