If you haven't been accepted for a full-time teaching position, it may be beneficial to explore substitute teaching options! Written by Val Mills, a retired teacher and contributing writer for Suite...Read More »
Teachers can sometimes find themselves at a loss when stocking their art supply cabinets. While they certainly know the basics (e.g. kids craft scissors, crayola markers, crayola crayons, etc.), it...Read More »
No teacher is infallible so it's best to be prepared for the eventuality of school days missed. Part of each year's summer classroom preparation should include the creation of a substitute teacher...Read More »
According to Julia G. Thompson, author and Suite101 contributor, there are five characteristics that are needed for a well-managed classroom. A physical environment that promotes learning....Read More »
An environment that promotes learning is one that is free of disorganization, distractions, and disruptions. While you cannot control everything, there are simple steps that can be taken to create a...Read More »
An unorganized student can’t keep up during lectures, forgets about homework assignments that are due, and has a greater tendency to get a failing grade. To reiterate, these students fail, not...Read More »
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