Another school year is fast approaching, and in some districts everyone’s already hard at work in their new classrooms. Either way, it’s an exciting time as you ponder new students, new challenges, and a new […]
The concept of compassion fatigue is often associated with those working in the healthcare profession. The pandemic highlighted the toll empathy and helplessness can take on workers in people-oriented environments, and it has opened a
Salaries are a big concern for any teacher entering the profession or considering a transition that might position them better financially. If you’ve started teaching in the great state of New York, you’re in luck!
Congratulations! You have your degree, have your certification (or are in the certification process), and you’re officially a teacher. It’s time to go find that first job! With so many people looking similar on paper,
A classroom is both a space for learning, and an educational community where everyone is welcome. Working with many different kinds of students means adapting the room, the instruction, and the subject matter to accommodate
Many teachers see the benefits of creating a formal classroom management plan that supports a safe and meaningful learning environment for all students.Classroom management plans are constantly needing to adapt to changing student needs, interests,
Content Warning: Abuse, Trauma // This article discusses child abuse and trauma, a topic that may be upsetting or disturbing for some readers. Readers are encouraged to take the necessary steps for their emotional safety.
Trying to balance work and personal obligations can make some teachers feel that finding and completing professional development requirements is a nuisance. However, when professional development (PD) is well-curated and speaks directly to the social,