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Pictures to Inspire Your Summer!
Pictures to Inspire Your Summer!
Pictures to Inspire Your Summer!
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Summer Break: Recharge, Reflect, Refine By Frankie Dunklin, History Teacher at Lebanon High School
Teachers probably look forward to summer break as much as, or more than, students. When I started teaching, my first summer break was an amazing experience. I found time to take up some new hobbies; I relaxed a lot and spent lots of time outside in the suns...
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Congratulations to All First Year Teachers! By Rachel Walton, 3rd grade teacher at W.A. Wright Elementary
You did it! You have completed your first year of educating young minds. Congratulations! I hope you can look back at your first year and find lots of positives and shining moments. It is far too easy to dwell on the things that didn’t go quite so well, but...
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When it’s Your Time to Lead, by Juanita Howell, Math Teacher at Carroll Oakland
You have worked so hard to get to this point.  You have dreamed of having your own classroom and it is finally here. Then you suddenly realize…..What am I supposed to do now?  What have I gotten myself into?   We have all been there and no one said it was g...
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Keeping Learning Productive the Last Weeks of School, by Kristi Dragan, Biology Teacher at Wilson Central High School
As a teacher, one of the most important things we can do for
most students in our classrooms is keeping the structure at the end of the year.
As an EOC teacher, I find myself skipping fun labs/activities to get content
covered throughout the semester before...
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Focus…….Squirrel! Reaching Those That Struggle With Focus, By Daniell Bennett, Instructional Coach, W.A. Wright Elementary
Well the year is almost through.  I am sure that you have learned a lot throughout this year.  Sometimes we learn through the challenges, sometimes we learn through trial and error, and sometimes we learn through successes. One of the challenges every teach...
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Tips for Effective Collaboration when working with Exceptional Students, by Ellen Mattingly, Exceptional Education Teacher at MJHS
Highly
qualified teachers are best suited to help children face and overcome
challenges in the classroom by setting high expectations and following a set of
rigorous, defined, and systematic traits. 
The following is a list of essential traits exhibited in ...
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Vocal Health for Teachers, by Mitzi Lundy, K-5 Music, Elzie D. Patton Elementary
Educators work diligently at writing lesson plans, meeting
standards, and creating a warm classroom environment,  but sometimes we neglect one of our most
valuable tools, our voices.  At the
beginning of our careers, teachers often experience difficulty wit...
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Student Enrollment Ideas for New Foreign Languages Teachers, by Carmen Ionita, French Teacher at Wilson Central High School
In 2004, I started my French teaching career at Wilson
Central High School. At that time, I had one Latin  and 2 French classes for only one semester.
Since the schools was new, I did not have enough classes for both semesters, I
was the only French teacher...
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