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Allison White

Allison is an Early Childhood Educator who has been a teacher since 2010. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2010 with a degree in ...

fragile x

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Student Teaching Tips: Helping Your Student with Fragile X

Fragile X syndrome can be tricky to understand and it may not be one of the student teaching difficulties you've prepared for. But with a few changes to your typical teaching style, you can be a much more effective teacher to your student with...

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first day of school outfit

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First Day of School Outfit: What to Wear as a Teacher

You might remember your parents dressing you oh so carefully on your first day of school as a kid. For teachers, you do have to dress yourself now...

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pros and cons

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Pros and Cons of Alternative Certification Programs

I originally got into teaching through a nationwide alternative certification program. My experience was mixed, so I want to share with you some of...

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eval

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Student Teaching Evaluation

The student teaching evaluation is typically completed by your supervising teacher at the end of the semester. Your program will ask them to rate how...

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observation

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Student Teaching Observation

Student teaching observation time can be nerve-wracking! But it doesn’t have to be. Take a deep breath, take time to prepare, and you’ll do fine.

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back to school letter

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How to Write a Back to School Parent Letter

Writing a back to school parent letter is an important task. It helps parents know what to expect and tells them the information they need! Let’s...

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mentor

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Tips for New Teachers: Finding a Teaching Mentor

Mentors can make all the difference for a first-year teacher. Mentors provide you with support, guidance, and advice on things like classroom...

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no degree

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Can I Become a Teacher Without an Education Degree?

Good question! The traditional path to teaching is to earn an education degree and your teaching licensure at the same time. However, while that is...

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grants for classroom supplies

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Grants for Classroom Supplies

It’s no secret that teachers are often stuck paying for classroom supplies from their own pockets. That really adds up (especially if you need ...

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IEPs

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All About IEPs

When I was a new teacher, I had several kids in my class that had something called an IEP. Trouble was, I had no idea what an IEP was! Now, they are...

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inclusion

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Inclusion: Helping All Students Belong in Your Classroom!

Inclusion is creating a community in your classroom that includes both students with and without disabilities. Research shows us that not only is...

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individualize lessons

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How to Individualize Lessons

Teaching can sometimes feel like a frustrating exercise in “teaching to the middle.” By knowing how to individualize lessons for your students, you...

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stress management

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Top 5 Stress Management Techniques for Teachers

Teaching is a stressful job. Even if you're good at staying organized, the stress just seems to build up. It can also be especially stressful...

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letter to parents

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Writing a Letter to Parents as a Student Teacher

As a student teacher, writing a letter to parents is your first step in communicating with families. It serves as their introduction to you as their...

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Balance

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How to Balance Teaching and Grad School

Teaching and grad school are both very challenging. Doing them together is not for the faint of heart! It is possible though — I’ve done it, and so...

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Elementary School

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Should I Become an Elementary School Teacher?

Every teacher has their own favorite age. Some teachers love teaching 4th graders, others enjoy the challenge of teaching high school calculus or...

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25 Questions

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25 Questions to Ask Your Cooperating Teacher

Working with an experienced teacher is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about teaching in general, get feedback on your teaching specifically,...

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tips for new teachers

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Tips for New Teachers: Setting Personal Goals

Goal setting is an important and ongoing part of any career. As a teacher, setting personal goals can help you stay focused and motivated. They can...

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Student Teaching on Resume

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How Do I Put Student Teaching on my Resume?

Student teaching is an important part of your work experience as an educator, so you should definitely list it on your resume. Of course, that might...

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Resume Examples

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Student Teaching Resume Examples

You taught the lessons. You turned in all the write-ups. You finished your student teaching! Here’s how toadd student teaching to your resume,...

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