6 Tips for a Stress Free Informal Observation

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Whether you’re new to teaching or a veteran, informal observations can often bring about fear in many teachers. Knowing this, Jenn over at PrintablePrompts has used her experience to write an in-depth article to help you overcome the stress of your next observation. Take it away, Jenn… _______________________________________________________________________ Does your heart sink when the principal… Read more »

10 Ways to Increase Student Engagement in the Classroom

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As you can probably guess, there’s no one way to connect to a student as a teacher. Luckily, Lynn of TiePlay Educational Resources sat down to write about some of the ways you can engage effectively with students in the classroom. Here’s Lynn: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ “Hello class….And now for today’s lecture on….” Remember hearing this in… Read more »

The 6 Steps to Keeping Technology Organized in the Classroom

Posted under 1st Grade, Bulletin Board: Featured Posts, Classroom, General, Pre-K, Teaching Tips.

Organizing and storing technology in the classroom can be hard to manage. When you add students to the mix, it becomes even more challenging. Brittany, from Washburn’s Room struggled with this too. To make things easier, she put together a system to organize her classroom tech – and she’s seen wonderful results. If you finding… Read more »

10 tips to boost your confidence during parent-teacher conferences

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There are few words that drive fear into the hearts of teachers everywhere as parent-teacher conferences. If you’re feeling waves of panic over the prospect of pouting parents, fear not—a few expert teachers from the Teacher’s Notebook community gave us their best advice for successful parent-teacher conferences. Whether this is your first year teaching or… Read more »