Hello! I am a senior at Wright State University and I am very excited about this year! I'm excited to grow more as a teacher and really start feeling comfortable being a leader in the classroom. I'm also excited to be graduating and to move on to new things!
Mon, Nov 29, 2021 3:50 PM in Student Teaching Advice
Hello! I am currently student teaching and some things that I've learned to take note of this semester is how to confront students and parents. I always have struggled with this expecially with how to word things in a professional way. My teacher does it so well so I always make sure to listen and watch whenever a prolem comes up and she needs to get parents involved. Something else that I...
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Mon, Nov 29, 2021 3:44 PM in Self-care tips for a beginner teacher
Hello! Something I've learned this semester about self care is to set boundaries!! Keep school at school and home at home. I've learned from my cooperating teacher to not check your e-mail while at home and she doesn't take home anything to grade or plan while at home. She saves it for the next day. She also has been teaching for 20+ years now but as a first year teacher I bet we can ...
Mon, Nov 29, 2021 3:40 PM in Approachable Teacher!
Hello Mollie! I love this question because I remember being a students and just wanting to be apart of my teachers' lives and feeling so comfortable around them. I know something that they did was share with us. They share life stories and struggles. They shared stuff about their kids, parents, and husbands. However, I still looked up to them and respected them because they would share with u...
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Mon, Nov 29, 2021 4:10 PM Outside Learning
This is a great resource for teachers that want their kids to learn outside. I love this it explains the steps to take to get your class outside and what do when they are out there. This resource gives great ideas and fun examples. A great resource.
Mon, Nov 29, 2021 4:05 PM Weather
Love the layout of this article! Great teacher resource that helps by giving the big question then how to teach different vocabulary and questions that a student might have. Really enjoyed reading this!
Mon, Nov 29, 2021 4:00 PM Living and Nonliving
I really liked this article and is an easy read for anyone at any level of science. I think that something I would've liked more of was for their to be more ideas on how to teach if something is living or nonliving. I did like the different questions that it gave as an example of what students could ask. Great article overall!
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