The common core might seem intimidating—all new standards, shifts in ideas and expectations—but it really isn't so bad.
Teaching like many social vocations, such as becoming a police officer or a firefighter, often has its ambitions deeply rooted in our first career aspirations, when little children are asked “what do you want to be when you grow up?” many answer “a Teacher”. Often that’s due to a great teacher inspiring them to enter the profession without which, there would be no other professions. After all, a life without education is a life without options.
Good writers know that writing is a process. It takes many steps to create a good final draft. What is the writing process?
Learning doesn’t end in the classroom, yet most parents are at a loss when it comes to supporting their children’s intellectual development. Many try to do too well and hover around them when they do homework, which can stifle creativity and self-development. Others let them roam free and hardly monitor their progress.
These seven sites have something for every kind of teacher. Whether you like jokes or memes, podcasts or comics, taking time for humor each day can help you handle the stress of daily life.
These tweeters continually inform, motivate, and entertain us on the topic of education, across all subjects, age ranges, and points-of-view.
Before giving any online homework assignments, make a plan for how you’ll organize the process. This transition can be as simple or involved as you want; use these tips as a guide.
Many don’t realize this, but educators are trained to have many of the same skills that coincide with other careers.
There are plenty of great textbooks out there, but many ESL learners cannot afford to spend a lot of money those big and thick workbooks. Fortunately, there are many fantastic online free resources that you can easily implement into a lesson plan.
Stories touch our imagination, as we feel ourselves playing a role in the story in both time and place. More often than not, they are make believe and are told to attract the audience, whether it's a small group of friends or family or a larger group such as a school classroom.