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Public, Private, or Parochial Teaching

By Mike McGarry on February 18, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Career

Suppose you want to become a teacher.  I think that’s great!  Making a difference in the lives of young people is deeply satisfying.  It can be a steep learning curve at the beginning of your...

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Steps for Setting Classroom Expectations for Your Students

By Jamie Goodwin on February 15, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, High School, Classroom, Middle School, Elementary

Studies have shown that when you set high expectations for your students, they will work to meet and exceed them. Of course, there are lots of different times for setting classroom expectations...

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6 Things to Consider When Picking a School District

By Peter Poer on February 14, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Career

Choosing which schools and districts to apply to is a hugely important decision for beginning teachers. The type of challenges, supports, and requirements you experience in your first few years...

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Licensing Requirements for Teaching Abroad

By David Recine on February 13, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Career

Before I get into this topic, I have to say I was thrilled when Magoosh asked me to write about this! I started my career teaching abroad, and I love teaching in other countries. Immersing...

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25 Elementary Teacher Must Have Teaching Supplies

By Jamie Goodwin on February 12, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Classroom, Elementary

At the beginning of the school year, you need to stock your classroom with the supplies that you’ll need. When you have everything at your disposal, you can simplify your day. So what are the...

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How to Write a Back to School Parent Letter

By Allison White on February 11, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Classroom

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 talk about what to include in your letter.

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Top Classroom Assessment Techniques

By Jamie Goodwin on February 08, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, High School, Classroom, Middle School

Rather than asking students to regurgitate facts on a test, it’s important to come up with alternate classroom assessment techniques to determine their level of understanding. Try using some of...

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What to Know About Teaching at an Alternative School

By Jamie Goodwin on February 07, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Career

An alternative school is typically known for helping students that are considered at risk for not graduating from school. They may not have enough credits due to failing grades or time missed....

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What Degree Do You Need to Teach?

By David Recine on February 05, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Career

If you’re considering a career in teaching, it’s important to get the right credentials. The most basic qualification you need, in terms of a degree, is a bachelor’s degree. Without a four-year...

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8 Ways to Start Your Class Every Day

By Jamie Goodwin on February 04, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Classroom, Middle School, Elementary

From the moment that your students arrive, you can start the day on the right foot. These first few moments can set the tone for the day. Your goal is to maintain a well-managed classroom while...

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