The teacher’s to-do list is never-ending; thus, using organization systems and time management strategies is a necessity. Over the years I have purchased so many planners, clipboards, and notepads that I wish I would have purchased stock in Office Depot. Ultimately, I have realized that it works best when I create my own templates and use those throughout a school year. So, here are three tips, with downloadable resources, for staying organized and managing your time well.
Teachers have a plethora of tools in their metaphorical toolkit, and often utilize many of those tools on an hourly basis. Some of these tools are taught in teacher education programs; however, many “tools” are acquired through experience and ongoing professional development once teachers are in the classroom.
As the 2018-19 school year winds down, the Edcite Team wanted to take a look back at this incredible year. Read on to learn about some of our most Edciting moments!
Have you ever been grading a stack of papers and found yourself wondering, “How did my students perform so poorly? I really thought they knew this material!” I have found that moments like these can often be answered with the recognition that I did not check for understanding (CFU) enough throughout the unit or within each lesson.
The Carnegie Corporation of New York has said, “We know that when families are engaged in their children’s learning, students succeed,” and I would wager that almost every educator has heard the proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child.”
In celebration of National Teacher Appreciation Day, we wanted to share our admiration for teachers. Here are ten reasons why we appreciate teachers!