Category Archives for Inspiration/Encouragement (Teaching)

How to Conquer the Learning Curve in Teaching

How to Conquer the Learning Curve of Teaching

Few professions have a steeper learning curve than teaching. From classroom management to lesson planning to communicating with parents, there’s a lot to figure out. And with so much at stake that first week of school, and a few rookie mistakes can produce problems for the rest of the year. I’ve been there. Pretty much […]

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Real Advice for Teachers from Teachers

Real Advice for Teachers from Teachers. View post:

What advice would you give to a new teacher? That’s the question I recently ran across on Facebook. By the way, if you’re not a part of a great teachers’ chat group on Facebook, you are missing a great opportunity to exchange ideas and encouragement. This question was posted in an incredible group called Encouraging […]

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Dealing with Discouraging Days

As teachers and as parents, we all experience discouraging days. Sometimes they’re a result of a particularly frustrating incident. Other times, they’re the product of stress or pure exhaustion. And they’re no fun. These days make us doubt our ability; they make us feel hopeless; they may even make us want to give up. I […]

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