New teacher mentor Lisa Dabbs shares a guest post from blogger and high school teacher Michele Hill, who gives us eight tips that can be used to support new teachers to thrive in their first few years of teaching.


Christine Pinto shares her ideas on the development of finding your teacher voice and encourages educators to share their voice on the EduWorld on Twitter.


New teacher mentor Lisa Dabbs shares three tips that can be used to support a reflective teaching practice for not only new but experienced teachers who are looking for easier ways to incorporate this strategy into their work.


New teacher Christine Pinto reflects on her vision and about someone who has played a role in helping her to find balance in her life.


New teacher Christine Pinto and teacher mentor Lisa Dabbs reflect on the need for new teachers to look for ways to maintain work life balance and share some strategies to use to get there.


New teacher mentor Lisa Dabbs shares four tips on working with parents that acknowledge the ease of using digital communication but stress the importance of real-time connection to strengthen classroom community.


Second-year teacher Christine Pinto reflects on her current modes of communicating with families and is seeking out for a new approach with connecting with families in a way that is meaningful and seamless for them.


Lisa Dabbs describes the strategy of The Morning Meeting model and how it can support a positive classroom culture.


Christine Pinto provides a glimpse into her kindergarten classroom and how she observes on her students' actions to learn more about the culture of her classroom.


Lisa Dabbs and Christine Pinto share an introduction to themselves and the vision for their new teacher blog--a place for an ongoing conversation about the challenges, successes, and lessons learned in the first years of teaching.


The opinions expressed in The New Teacher Chat: Advice, Tips, and Support are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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