As a teacher, forming good working relationships with your students’ parents is imperative in helping your students be successful. Keep reading to learn how to communicate and collaborate with even the most difficult parents.
As a teacher, forming good working relationships with parents is imperative in helping your students be successful. Here's how to establish open communication and positive collaboration with your students' parents.
8 Apps You Need to Be Using in Your Classroom
There’s no question that teachers are busy people. We have new initiatives to implement, standard curriculum to follow, and social-emotional considerations to fit into our very short, very busy days. One way to help make teaching and learning more fun, innovative, and engaging is to utilize technology and apps in our classrooms. Keep reading to learn how you can better your classroom through a variety of free resources for teachers, students, and parents!
How to Stay Flexible and Create Optimal Seating in Your Classroom
There are so many factors to consider when creating a seating chart: age, academic skill, gender, friends, enemies, role models, behavioral issues, students on IEPs, students with language-based disabilities, quiet students, loud students, distracted students… the list goes on and on. That's why we're sharing a couple of flexible seating tips and tricks to help you run your classroom as effectively as possible.
Top 10 Icebreakers to Get to Know Your Students https://www.teachervision.com/icebreaker/classroom-management/52279.html?utm_content=buffer62971&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer #backtoschool
Tom Loud is an award-winning teacher in Tennessee with a passion for student achievement and a reputation for digital innovation in the classroom. Now he's answering 10 of our biggest questions about life as a modern-day teacher.
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.