Teachers are given bar graphs on tests to show if they’re actually making a difference but there are other data points you should consider.
Just as some prompts help students reflect on the process of learning, these prompts can help teachers reflect on the full picture of being an educator.
I am responsible for everyone and thing in this class and therefore at times what I say and do may confuse you or even seem unfair or wrong.
Besides teaching, there aren’t many jobs where it’s your job to work with so many children to make their life better on a daily basis.
Drew Perkins talks with the daughter of Jackie Robinson, Sharon, about her life and experiences and wisdom in addition to her educational work with Scholastic and Major League Baseball called Breaking Barriers. This program, which features an essay contest, teaches students the values and characteristics that Jackie Robinson exhibited in his life, and how to use…
From skipping ahead to falling behind to socializing to over-explaining to simply surviving, here are 27 things teachers have to do well.
30 Lessons For Teachers From Dr. Seuss by TeachThought Staff Dr. Seuss is gold–whimsical and visually interesting traipses through surreal worlds, and always full of life advice. And life advice is learning advice, and learning advice–well, that’s why we’re all here, yes? There are themes below that apply directly to the responsibilities of a teacher….
Students who are challenging–i.e. victims of disruptive childhoods–do not change overnight. They require time to grow.
‘Education is not the filling of a pot but the lighting of a fire.’ –W.B. Yeats
52 Of The Best Quotes About Learning by TeachThought Staff The internet loves many things. It loves cats, for example. Memes, too. It loves video, which means it loves YouTube. It loves recipes and Wikipedia and alarming misdiagnoses on WebMd and, among other things (and getting to the point here), quotes. This is due in…
Chance The Rapper Is Starting An Awards Show For Teachers? by Ashley McCann No one goes into teaching expecting fame or fortune — and if they do, they’re more likely to find themselves rich with disappointment instead of dollar bills. While it’s true that teaching is a noble profession powered by good intentions (or at…
Boy Teased For Wearing Fila Shoes Drops Knowledge In Response by TeachThought Staff If 10-year-old Nyeeam Hudson of New Jersey doesn’t end up as President of the United States, he certainly has the potential for a career as an educator. See also: 52 Of Our Favorite Inspirational Quotes For Teachers The quick version is that Hudson was…
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