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Inside the Winter 2019 Issue
  • 5 Tips for Teacher Efficiency
  • Implementing Growth Mindset in Your Classroom
  • The Use of Data in the Classroom
  • Empowering Middle School Parents
  • Creating a Positive and Engaging Math Classroom
  • Educating the #SolutionaryGeneration
  • Communicating With Parents
  • Connecting With State and National Legislators
  • The Doctor Is In: Navigating Food Allergies
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Best Books

    Why Didn’t I Learn This in College: Teaching & Learning in the 21st Century by Paula Rutherford (Just Ask Publishications) for K−12

    The First-Year Teacher’s Survival Guide: Ready-to-Use Strategies, Tools & Activities for Meeting the Challenges of Each School Day, 3rd edition  and The First-Year Teacher’s Checklist: A Quick Reference for Classroom Success by Julia G. Thompson (Jossey-Bass) for K−12

    Survival Kit for New Teachers: Empowering Beginning Educators for Classroom Success – A User-Friendly Handbook by Dyan M. Hershman and Emma S. McDonald, M.Ed. (Inspiring Teachers Publishing Inc.)  for K−6

    Survival Kit for New Secondary Teachers by Dyan M. Hershman and Emma S. McDonald, M.Ed. for 6−12

    Day One & Beyond: Practical Matters for New Middle-Level Teachers by Rick Wormeli (Stenhouse Publishers)  6−9

    Owning It: Proven Strategies for Success in ALL of Your Roles as a Teacher Today by Alex Kajitani (Kajitani Education)  K−12

    The Together Teacher: Plan Ahead, Get Organized, and Save Time! by Maia Heyck-Merlin (Jossey-Bass)  K−12

    Surviving Your First Year of Teaching: Guidelines for Success
    , 2nd edition, by Richard D. Kellough (Merrill Prentice Hall)  K−12

    The First Days of School: How to Be an Effective Teacher, 4th edition, by Harry Wong and Rosemary Wong (Harry K. Wong Publications)

Teaching Tip

    Hey, are you at school on a nice day? When you have a vacation, VACATE! You need a break to refresh your mind, to let your body relax, to restore your sense of why you went into teaching. Be more than a weary survivor; take time for yourself! >>>

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    “Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.”

    Martin Luther King, Jr.

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