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First Year Teaching Resources

Welcome to the world of teaching! Find teaching advice and guidance on lesson plans, behavior management, classroom layout, student assessments, academic interventions, communication with parents, and more to help you with your career in the classroom.

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  • 1.

    Student Records

    Maintaining Student Records Documentation of each student’s progress, attendance, and test scores for each...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
  • 2.

    Teacher Record Keeping

    Record keeping tracks your students’ progress and provides evidence to support your...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
  • 3.

    Classroom Activities

    Classroom Fillers Fillers—or sponge activities—use the time between lessons on activities in a fun yet educational...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
  • 4.

    Conflict Management in the Classroom

    Conflict Resolution Skills for Students Students will inevitably have conflicts with one another from time to time, and...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
  • 5.

    Types of Classroom Assessment

    The Basics of Assessment Assessment instruments on any level serve at least one of two purposes. One purpose can be to...

    Source: Corwin, A SAGE Company
  • 6.

    Lesson Plans for Teachers

    Lesson Plans As is the case with objectives and unit planning, lesson plans come in different varieties. Some schools...

    Source: Corwin, A SAGE Company
  • 7.

    Unit Plans For Teachers

    Unit Plans Unit planning begins with identifying the particular content to be taught and your goals for learning...

    Source: Corwin, A SAGE Company
  • 8.

    Effective Communication in the Classroom

    Good communication skills are imperative if you are to deal successfully with the administrators, teachers, and service...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
  • 9.

    Questioning Strategies in the Classroom

    Questioning Just as teachers are role models for learning, they are role models for asking questions. Think of it this...

    Source: Corwin, A SAGE Company
  • 10.

    Curriculum Definition

    Learn about the four most common curriculums: explicit, implicit, null and extra

    Source: Corwin, A SAGE Company