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Teaching Tip of the Week: Ask the Right Questions. Use our questioning tips and tricks to engage your students in higher-level thinking during your lectures and discussions.

Questioning Tips and Tricks

Use our questioning tips and tricks to engage your students in higher-level thinking during your lectures and discussions.

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Advice from Veteran Teachers: Slideshows & Articles

New teachers will find valuable advice from veteran teachers on parent-teacher communication, lesson planning, and more. Use these resources to help manage your classroom and plan your curriculum.

Teaching Tip of the Week: Everyone Has Opinions | Not every student will like you, and you won't like every student. Try to find at least one thing you can respect each student for - even if it's just showing up at school.

Tips for Achieving and Maintaining Classroom Discipline

Teaching Tip of the Week: Everyone Has Opinions | Not every student will like you, and you won't like every student. Try to find at least one thing you can respect each student for - even if it's just showing up at school.

Check out our collection of resources and tips for new teachers on a variety of topics, from teaching methods to assessment. You'll find great advice from experienced educators in two formats: slideshows or text. We hope that every teacher who spends his or her days making a difference in the life of a child will appreciate these choice bits of advice from veteran teachers. A big thank-you to all of the teachers who contributed their sage advice to help make the lives of other teachers…

Advice from Veteran Teachers: Slideshows & Articles

New teachers will find valuable advice from veteran teachers on parent-teacher communication, lesson planning, and more. Use these resources to help manage your classroom and plan your curriculum.

TeacherVision Tip of the Week: Be Authoritative | For more teaching tips and advice, visit TeacherVision.com!

Tips for Achieving and Maintaining Classroom Discipline

Someone asked me this week what my eye was all bruised up. I had to break it to her that those are just the dark circles under my eyes haha. I need more sleep!

Someone asked me this week what my eye was all bruised up. I had to break it to her that those are just the dark circles under my eyes haha.

teacher appreciation

Teacher appreciation quote to frame and give as a gift Organised Housewife. Could be a nice Christmas gift.

TeacherVision Tip of the Week: Take a Classroom "Field Trip" 💡 For more teaching tips and classroom advice, visit TeacherVision.com!

Positive Classroom Behavior: Advice for Teachers (Grades K-12)

TeacherVision has thousands of expertly curated teaching resources for all grades and subjects including lesson plans, worksheets, teaching strategies and videos.

As teachers, we all have mixed feelings when it comes to homework. Am I giving enough? Am I giving too little? Is this work beneficial for my students? Can they access the material without help from an adult? How long should they be spending on their work?  Depending on your mentality, homework can encompass a variety of different aspects, including worksheets, reading, "skill and drill," project work, and more. Find out how I approach homework in my classroom at the link!

Homework Strategies: What Works in Your Classroom?

As teachers, we all have mixed feelings when it comes to homework. Am I giving enough? Am I giving too little? Is this work beneficial for my students? Can they access the material without help from an adult? How long should they be spending on their work? Depending on your mentality, homework can encompass a variety of different aspects, including worksheets, reading, "skill and drill," project work, and more. Find out how I approach homework in my classroom at the link!

(You deserve the summer off.....) why it always ticks me off when people make comments about teachers ONLY working 9 months of the year...

Teaching: 65 hours per week for 36 weeks equals 2340 work hours. Other jobs: 40 per week for 52 weeks equals 2080 work hours. So, I deserve the summer off. Any other questions? 65 hours on a good week.

Love these minimalist brag tags! Positive reinforcement classroom management for elementary students! I can stretch my ink further since these have so much white space.

Minimalist Brag Tags

Save your ink with minimalist brag tags! This positive reinforcement classroom management resource has many possibilities! White space backgrounds allow your precious ink to stretch further. This product is not editable.

TeacherVision Tip of the Week: Making New Connections -   The first people you should befriend in a new school are the secretaries and the janitors.  They can help you enormously! They are the most valuable assets in the school; treat them well.  Get more teaching tips and advice at TeacherVision.com!

Helpful Bits of Advice from Veteran Teachers

Veteran teachers share small bits of invaluable advice to make classroom life easier.

Think-pair-share is an easy, simple cooperative learning strategy that quickly adds more student engagement to a lesson. These tips will help you get the most from it.

In Praise of Think-Pair-Share

Effective Instructional Practices: This pin explains how to use a Think-pair-share. Think-pair-share is an easy, simple cooperative learning strategy that quickly…

Rather than repeatedly correcting students for the same errors, create a bulletin board display explaining the error, and correct the procedure. Click to get more teaching tips and advice!

Advice from Veteran Teachers: Slideshows & Articles

New teachers will find valuable advice from veteran teachers on parent-teacher communication, lesson planning, and more. Use these resources to help manage your classroom and plan your curriculum.

"Good friends, good books, and a sleep conscience: this is the ideal life." -Mark Twain  Get teaching tips, advice, and ideas at TeacherVision.com!

Teaching Strategies

"Good friends, good books, and a sleep conscience: this is the ideal life." -Mark Twain Get teaching tips, advice, and ideas at TeacherVision.com!

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