1000 best new teacher survival secrets by Kathy Brenny, Kandace Martin

By Kathy Brenny, Kandace Martin

Information for the 1st yr and past! modern-day lecturers are built with little greater than a four-year degreeand a semester of pupil instructing once they face their very own classroomfor the 1st time. status in entrance of an overcrowded classroom-ofany grade level-can be a frightening and terrifying adventure. one thousand BestNew instructor Survival secrets and techniques is a must have source for brand new teachers,covering very important matters throughout all Read more...

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Depending on the time and the activity you have planned, you may need to do some of the following: • Explain rules, guidelines, or expectations. • Issue books (keep a master list of the book numbers and the person who is the “temporary tenant”). • If you have a fine arts room, science lab, or industrial tech room, you will want to provide a tour of the facilities. Reiterate safety issues as you tour. • Give a short assignment either in class or for the next day. Get students back into school mode quickly.

If you don’t use it, toss it. Clear away all stacks of papers. Save, file, or toss. Place confidential files in secure places. This will save you time later and you won’t be greeted by unfinished work when you return from the summer break. 109. 36 1000 BEST NEW TEACHER SURVIVAL SECRETS Take an inventory of all the textbooks and reference books that you have in your room. Take home what you think you’ll need to work on before returning in the weeks ahead. 110. Pack all materials and cover all the bookcases when school is out of session.

Students misplace and lose papers and you will want to keep several in your files for next year. This will save you time running to make extra copies. 98. As you near the end of the school year, help students to reflect on the year by asking them to write about their favorite memory or experience in your class. Compile the remembrances in a class memory book to be distributed on the last day of school. 99. GETTING STARTED 33 Write a personal letter to your students with a story, highlight, or accomplishment of the student that happened during the school year.

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