• How to Work With a Teacher’s Aide?

    December (1-2020),braxton
    How to Work With a Teacher’s Aide?
    Although calling someone a teacher’s aide has become slightly frowned upon, preferring the term teacher’s assistant, the job is still the same. It is one of the most important jobs in the whole education system. In a school where parents demand for children to be socially brought up as much as educated, the teacher alone…Read More

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    Dec

  • December 20201 – Preparing for Students 2021

    December (1-2020),jesse
    December 20201 – Preparing for Students 2021
    As you and school prepare for students after the holidays there are a few things that could make your work easier: If you are not already using a syncing option to create your class lists (e.g. Classlink, Google Classroom, Clever Classroom, Canvas, OneRoster, Blackboard) you can prepare now so that in January you will be…Read More

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    Dec

  • Keeping a Teacher’s Daily Diary

    December (1-2020),braxton
    Keeping a Teacher’s Daily Diary
    There is an obvious reason why having a teacher’s daily diary is not very common among educators. Even if you are an excellent note-taker, having to fill out a whole diary for your day job sounds daunting. But if you use a couple of tricks, you will be able to reap all of the benefits…Read More

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    Dec

  • The Beauty Of Teachers Pay Teachers

    November (24-2020),braxton
    The Beauty Of Teachers Pay Teachers
    Teachers Pay Teachers is a unique online platform that targets teachers from all around the world. This particular online service aims to provide resources, connect individuals and professionals, and serve as a payable medium between those who need help and those who can give it! If you wish to know more about it, here's everything about TPT…Read More

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    Nov

  • Where Can I Find Teacher Groups Online?

    November (17-2020),braxton
    Where Can I Find Teacher Groups Online?
    It is not hot news that the web is home to different social and professional communities. All social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, have outstanding, dedicated spaces for teaching professionals. These are called Teacher Groups. Some of these are open groups for everyone to join, while others are only accessible for the teaching…Read More

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    Nov