Kids can say the funniest things and no one knows that better than teachers. With two dozen or so students each year, teachers have ample opportunity to hear things that other adults simply do not. Our Really Good Teachers have had their fair share of funny moments and we’ve compiled a few of them for
by Jamie Forshey, Guest Blogger As Dr. Gary Stager once said, “Professional development does not work when it occurs outside the context of practice.” My sentiments exactly! As an instructional technology coach, I specifically focus on creating and facilitating professional development that focuses on improving teacher effectiveness with the intent of increasing student achievement. For
As 2012 winds down and with it the first half of the school year, never forget that you make a difference. Thank you for all that you do!
Whether you still have not found a teaching position, have been laid off, or are considering changing careers, teachers have a versatile skill set that opens the door to many other professions. Check out these 20 different job options for teachers and discover one that meets your needs.
We all remember our favorite teachers from elementary school, and for many adults in Selbyville, DE, Linda Hawkins is the one they return to say hello to and to thank. “I have had students whose parents’ had her and they have to go and hug Ms. Hawkins,” explained Heather, the teacher who nominated Linda.
Does your cooperating teacher have it all? As a student teacher it can be tough figuring out what, if anything, to get the teacher who you have been working with for the last few months. We asked veteran teachers what they would like to receive if their student teacher insisted on getting them something. Remember,
Check out the prank that these teachers pulled on their graduating seniors. Priceless!