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5 Risks Every New Teacher Needs to Try

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Topics: Teaching Advice, Teaching Excellence, New Teacher, Educator Coaching, Student Engagement

Vulnerability and Great Teaching

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Topics: Teaching Advice, Instructional Strategies, New Teacher, Social Emotional Learning, Educator Coaching, Student Engagement

How to Make a Parent or Caregiver Phone Call

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Topics: Teaching Advice, New Teacher, Parents, Student Engagement, Digital Resources

Self Care for Teachers (VIDEO)

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Topics: New Teacher, educator wellness, Teacher Burnout, Happiness, Self-Care

Email Tips for Effective Teacher-Family Communication

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Topics: Teaching Advice, New Teacher, Technology, Parents, Distance Learning

The Joy of Teaching

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Topics: Teaching Wellness & Inspiration, New Teacher, educator wellness, Teacher Appreciation, Happiness

Own Your Gold

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Topics: Teaching Wellness & Inspiration, New Teacher, educator wellness, Happiness, Self-Care

4 Ways to Manage Anxiety During the School Day

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Topics: Teaching Wellness & Inspiration, New Teacher, anxiety, Mental Health Awareness, Happiness, Self-Care

Using Positive Reinforcement in the Classroom as a New(er) Teacher

B. F. Skinner, psychologist, behaviorist and author once said, “The way positive reinforcement is carried out is more important than the amount.”

Let’s face it-classroom management and working with students to display good behavior in school is one of the most challenging aspects of teaching. Many theories and research-based best practices have come and gone. To add to our challenges, many educators, parents and other professionals often have conflicting opinions about rewards vs. punishment and intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation. As a new(er) teacher, you have to formulate your own thoughts and ideas related to the topic, but let me give you a few things to think about!

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Topics: New Teacher

Best Advice for New Teachers

 

This week's blog post writer is Molly Kiebel. Molly is a Curriculum & Instruction Specialist with Learners Edge. Prior to joining the Edge, Molly was a high school English language arts teacher. Molly loves helping teachers and students find new ways to grow! Whenever time allows, you’ll find her enjoying the great Minnesota outdoors with her husband and two daughters.

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Topics: New Teacher

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