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Has your first year been a doozy? Do you feel like you are drowning and you don't even have your students yet? Here are 20 tried and true tips to tackle your first year of teaching!
Rachael saved to Teacher Tips
Keep all of your lesson plans for the whole school year in one streamlined easy-to-access place with a Google Sheets Lesson Plan Template!
First-year teacher advice: How to prepare for your first year of teaching, how to decorate your classroom, what to do on the first day of school, and more!
Chrissy Patterson saved to Teaching
Back to school is an especially busy time. From prepping bulletin boards, laminating activities, analyzing your scope and sequence, plus attending meetings, there is so much to do that I have often felt like pulling my hair out! This set of Back to School Checklists will help you focus and beat overwhelm!
Leanne Rogers saved to Classroom
They host back-to-school nights and conferences for parents, which takes a lot of planning and preparation.
It's not right.
Jill Hewlett saved to Future Teacher✏️
Amazon is a teacher's best friend! Each year my list of must haves for the classroom grows so I'm here to share more of my Amazon classroom finds!
Hillary Senesac-Jeffery saved to Rachel Teaching
Make this Summer themed end of school year teacher gift in minutes. Teachers love what's inside this clever DIY gift basket.
Socorro Orrantia saved to Gifts teacher
If there are two things my students know, it is that I assign paragraphs often and that I grade them rather harshly -especially in the second semester. It’s not that I want my students to fail, or that I have a fear of assigning too many As, but more so, this is because I want them to succeed. Students need to master how to write a paragraph before they can tackle an essay. I want my students to be able to write a defined and well-supported paragraph when they leave my classroom so that they…
Sarah Ford saved to High school
Learn how to set yearlong plans, plan for a unit and daily topics, and create lessons plans.
Crystal Wagoner saved to All things elementary!
After 19 years in the classroom, I‘ve picked up a few tricks that have saved me from hours reinventing the wheel year after year. The best thing I ever did for myself was complete some upfront work that led to years of little to no prep and planning! Here are my top three work smarter, not harder tips for easy lesson planning: 1. Save and store reusable worksheets and task cards. Classrooms don't have a lot of storage space, but keeping photocopies of the materials your students will use…
Jenny Waterfield saved to Teaching Stuff