Archive for: July, 2020

Classroom Management

Managing the Munchkins

July 29, 2020

Using classroom management strategies to teach kids of all ages to identify and manage their emotions.   In my opinion, classroom management is one of the most difficult parts of teaching. As I explained in my Classroom Management 101 post, you’re throwing together 20 or more little bodies, with 20...

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Classroom Management

Classroom Management 101

July 22, 2020

Four easy steps to setting up a successful classroom management system.   Classroom management is the most crucial part of a well-oiled learning machine, but why is it so hard to master? You’re throwing 20 or more little bodies from 20 or more different backgrounds with different parents, home lives,...

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Getting the Job

What to Ask During a Teacher Interview

July 15, 2020

Five questions you NEED to ask a potential new administration during a teacher interview.   Interviewing can be a scary process! You are being assessed to determine if you are a good fit for a new school, but you should be assessing if the new school is a good fit...

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Getting the Job

Perfecting the Teacher Resume

July 8, 2020

The “to-do’s” and “not-to-do’s” when writing a teacher resume.   The Header Education Teaching Experience College Experience Related Experience Skills References   Depending on how many years you have been teaching, your teacher resume may be able to fill ten pages page or one line, but by picking and choosing...

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Getting the Job

How to Get Hired

July 1, 2020

Tips from a principal to help you prepare for a teacher interview.   I recently spoke with my principal to get her tips and tricks for rocking a teacher interview! Just for some background knowledge, my current principal has been an administrator for 14 years. She has worked in elementary...

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