Subbing is be a bridge to full-time employment for many educators. All of us who have ever filled out a standard application with a question about whether or not we'd be willing to substitute have paused to consider the option carefully.
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December 27, 2016
Before you can tackle stress you need to know what is stressing you out.
December 21, 2016
Determine what RTI information your school would like to present to staff, as well as the degree of faculty input and discussion needed.
December 13, 2016
Establishing a culture of teacher support begins and ends with support systems that are designed to promote collaboration and feedback among teachers.
November 22, 2016
Imagine you learn that a loved one is in dire need of an emergency, life-saving surgery. Think of the flood of emotions, anxiety, and concerns you would immediately feel. Now imagine discovering that the doctor slated to perform the operation was in her first year of practice.
November 15, 2016
I remember my first year teaching and my first superstar moment in Wal-Mart. Every teacher has this moment. Your superstar moment is when you are walking down an aisle in a grocery store or other location, minding your own business and you hear a giggle in the background or a "that's her".
November 08, 2016
As educators we are not paid the way professional athletes are but really, do we need to be paid every time we are asked to learn. To grow as an educator, one thing I always encourage professional educators to do is attend professional development opportunities to grow in their craft.
November 01, 2016
Teaching is an amazing profession that comes with many challenges. Here's 10 tips from a teacher to help you have success early in your career.
October 18, 2016
A very quick thought for those of you student teaching or substituting or new in a school. Consider doing something nice that will get you noticed as well as be an "act of kindness". A few examples to get you started.
October 11, 2016
A mentor is a valuable resource in preparing for an interview. Most applicants dread the interview part of the job hunt, but a mentor is a person who can sit down and talk about what the important issues are that a hiring agent will ask about.