Teachers need thorough knowledge and an in-depth understanding of the subjects they are teaching and should remain up-to-date with all the latest developments in those fields.Complete knowledge of topics being taught is important to capture students’ attention and participation.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ist7fELOL7k
Added by Lynda Way on April 23, 2018 at 8:00am — No Comments
Yoga teachers training is a life-changing experience on both, personal and professional level. Once you have completed your training, you are ready to embark on a new journey! You are an official yoga tutor now. No matter how accomplished you feel, there is still a lot which needs to be done as this is just the beginning. From exploring various opportunities to keeping up with your regular yoga practice, you need to put efforts to establish yourself as a yoga…Continue
Added by Merry Green on March 23, 2018 at 3:51am — No Comments
The gig is up. The last day of Summer has slipped right through my fingers, not because I didn't hold on to it tightly enough, but because all good things must come to an end. I can't truly say that I relaxed enough during my Summer break, nor that I grinded hard enough. What I did was somewhere in the…Continue
Added by Takiela Langley on August 3, 2017 at 4:14pm — No Comments
National Teacher Appreciation Day is Tuesday of the first full week in May, the entire week is celebrated as Teacher Appreciation Week. This year that is May 1st through May 5th.
I encourage you to plan with your children to do something…
Added by Jessica Briggs on April 18, 2017 at 5:14pm — No Comments
Right before Valentine's Day, I received several brightly colored pieces of paper letting me know that parents were invited into the classroom to secretly decorate their child's desk for February 14.…Continue
During our parent-teacher conference with my son's teacher, my husband and I did our best to ask the questions we had about homework, behavior, areas of improvement and strengths to develop for our son. (We did not ask about the brightly colored emails.) We did make sure that she knew that if there were any problems, we wanted…Continue
Added by Lauren Markman on November 23, 2016 at 7:20am — No Comments
This year, I am going to be better prepared.
In Kindergarten, I wasn't fully involved in the one (and only) parent-teacher conference I had with my son's teacher. I (somewhat naively) thought we would have more than one conference. But we didn't. And I missed my chance.…
Added by Lauren Markman on October 5, 2016 at 6:46am — No Comments
Author: Tracy Weber
Publisher: Midnight Ink
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When I was in fourth grade, our house caught on fire. Happily, no one was hurt, but a great number of our possessions either had fire or smoke damage. My brother and I took off a few days from school as a result of our parents trying to figure out how to restore normality to our family.…Continue
Added by Lauren Markman on September 8, 2015 at 6:15am — No Comments
** The world needs more creative photobombers.
** If you drive like Mario Andretti through a parking lot full of kids, you're a giant jackass.
** Winter is…
Added by Jennifer Marshall on May 2, 2014 at 10:14am — No Comments
** I wish my brain shut off as easily when I try to go to sleep as it does when I try to help my kids with their homework.
** Exhaustion is just NOT a good look on me.…Continue
Added by Jennifer Marshall on February 21, 2014 at 9:59am — No Comments
I cannot be the only one....whose family has an allergic reaction to Monday mornings, although our allergies aren't sniffy noses or red eyes, rather they manifest themselves as moans, groans, and stomach aches that appear mysteriously. In the midst of all this Monday morning agony there are shoes and socks to find, lunch boxes and juice boxes to pack, and car keys forgotten on the hook by the door all keeping us from getting a move on.…Continue
Starr Burgess worked as an elementary teacher and school counselor for a total of seven years. She has a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Texas State University. Starr is busy working on her second children’s book: Counselor Dynamite Befuddles the Bullyville Crew. She currently resides with her husband, Clyde, and their daughter in Pflugerville, TX.
Tell us a little about your main character, Counselor Dynamite, and what makes her…Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on March 3, 2013 at 3:26pm — No Comments
I apologize for being MIA on here lately, but unfortunately, my father had a bad stroke and was hospitalized. It's been pretty horrific to say the least, but rest assured, I HAVE been keeping a mental list of wacky things I've learned. And here they are:
Added by Jennifer Marshall on February 15, 2013 at 10:36am — No Comments
From a former middle school Spanish teacher to a stay at home mom is a bit of a life transition. However, I don't forget the realities of a classroom, and movies that depict teaching sometimes really get me fired up!
This blog post describes some of the problems I have with teachers in movies.
Added by Megan Lynch on January 11, 2013 at 3:20pm — No Comments
You deserve a Mom's Timeout, grab a beverage, turn your phone off, and enjoy....click on the link below
Added by Kat Tom on December 21, 2012 at 8:50am — No Comments
Teaching children math is no feat! Knowing that my daughter would start her math curriculum this week made me anxious! Although she is only in Kindergarten, I still wanted to expose her to math. The search was on! I was determined to find the best math apps for children! Between the hundreds (maybe thousands) of math apps for kids available, I have listed the top 10 below. The final determination was based on a few different things... reviews from parents, reviews from other websites…Continue
Added by Shivani Cotter on September 17, 2012 at 9:53pm — No Comments
With my oldest child finishing up the 2nd grade school year, I've been a little reflective on my involvement in his school life and wondering why more parents aren't actively involved. My experience with my son's charter school this year has been rocky to say the least, and has forced me to make the decision to find a new school -- more on that in another post. My 8-year-old son, Cameron, is a straight "A" student, never had a single bad behavior report and is loved by all the staff and…Continue
Added by Kasheia Williams on June 18, 2012 at 9:17pm — No Comments
During the course of my career as a teacher and school administrator, I've received my share of memorable gifts from students. And one of the first things I learned as a teacher is to appreciate each gift, regardless of what it is; although honestly, that didn't keep my teacher friends and me from having a little fun with some of the more unusual gifts we received. Since most of the gifts were given to us on the Friday before the winter holiday break, the other grade level teachers and I…Continue
Added by Molly Smith on June 1, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments