Category Archives: Tips for Teachers

How To Create a Genuine Relationship With Your Class

Even the most thought-out lesson plans can fall flat if your students don’t respect and trust you. Every single school year you are given a new set of students, which means every single year you have to build a new … Continue reading

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How Teachers Can Quell Their Back-To-School Anxiety

Is back-to-school anxiety keeping you awake at night? Even veteran teachers face anxiety at the start of a new school year. You may be teaching a whole new grade in a whole new school, or maybe nothing is changing except … Continue reading

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Setting & Achieving Your Back To School Goals

When you’re a teacher you have the good fortune to always have room for improvement. There’s always new teaching strategies to try, lessons to plan, and products to test out. Back to school is just around the corner, and it’s … Continue reading

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10 Things Teachers Can Do Now To Avoid Burnout Later

Teacher burnout is a very real thing, but by the time you start looking for advice on how to stop burnout, you are likely already consumed by it. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Believe it or not, … Continue reading

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Are Your Grading Practices Fair?

Grading is a complicated subject. It is used to assess the progress and efforts of students. Unfortunately, oftentimes grading does not accurately measure what a student has learned. Many assignments require rubrics of some kind, but these rubrics mean that … Continue reading

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