As you ramp up the search for your first--or next--teaching job, here’s a primer to help you understand what the data says about the labor market for teachers and what the real-world anecdotes reveal about employment prospects.
Teaching is not an easy job, as many know first-hand. Justin Minkel, 1st and 2nd grade teacher learned this the hard way, but his mindset completely changed the way he looked at teaching. Read about his realization and the advice he gives to all teachers.
Have you ever thought about trying out a new seating arrangement for your classroom, but don’t know where to begin? Here is one teacher’s experience with trying out a new flexible-seating classroom. See her tips and tricks and find out if this change is really worth it.
Every teacher’s biggest fear is failing their students. Many say learning strategies about bouncing back from a bad lesson and using that experience for good would be helpful. Here are some tips to help you get back up after something doesn’t go the way you planned.
Do you feel that there are just not enough hours in the day to get everything done between your professional and personal life? In order to steer clear from that “burn out” many people fear, you must find a balance. Read on to find out how one administrator schedules out his day to fit the most in.
Teacher salaries have been an ongoing debate. Here’s what you need to know about each state’s plan to raise teacher pay. See what the average teacher pay is and those proposed plans for teacher salary increases.