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Ace Your Teacher Interview: 149 Fantastic Answers to Tough Interview Questions…just an fyi for now. Ace Your Teacher Interview: 149 Fantastic Answers to Tough Interview Questions…just an fyi for now. Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks, Your Teacher, Teacher Resources, Teacher Stuff, Ms Teacher, Classroom Fun, Future Classroom, Classroom Organization

Ace Your Teacher Interview

Ace Your Teacher Interview book. Read 14 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The book identifies 149 frequently asked interview quest...

Tax Deductions for Teachers - Infographic of Teacher tax deductions Australia Teacher Organization, Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Resources, Teacher Stuff, Organization Ideas, Being A Teacher, Learning Organization, Teacher Memes

Teacher tax deductions - Great ways to boost your tax refund

Teachers! Do you know all the tax deductions you can claim each year? Find out what teacher tax deductions you can claim to boost your refund with our blog on tax deductions for teachers.

Teacher discounts are just one of the many perks of being a teacher! As a frugal teacher, I have learned to ask over the years, "Do you offer a teacher discount?" (I actually think my husband asks more than I do!) So I though it was time to put all. Teacher Boards, Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Resources, Teacher Stuff, Teacher Survival, Teacher Freebies, Teacher Supplies, Classroom Supplies

Teacher Discounts - Simply Kinder

Teacher discounts are just one of the many perks of being a teacher! As a frugal teacher, I have learned to ask over the years, “Do you offer a teacher discount?” (I actually think my husband asks more than I do!) So I though it was time to put all those teacher discounts in one […]

Creating a Teaching Portfolio And other job search tips. Search On The Hunt for a Teaching Job, Creating a Teaching Portfolio And other job search tips. Search On The Hunt for a Teaching Job, Teacher Binder, Teacher Organization, Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Resources, Student Teaching Binder, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Resume, Teacher Stuff

How to Make a Teacher Portfolio That Gets You the Job!

When you walk into an interview for a teaching job, you want to feel confident in your skills but also your ability to show them off! In some careers, a resume’ listing experience might be enough, but in teaching, I think it’s a huge boon to go into an interview with a portfolio that really shows the details of that “elementary teacher” position you’ve had (or student teaching). It’s been awhile since I added my On The Hunt for a Teaching Job series, but I know seeing others’ portfolios…

STEM Bins: Hands-on Solutions for Early Finishers Centers Morning Work and Behavior Incentives! Instead of giving our students MORE work let's give them more MEANINGFUL work. Perfect for Pre K Kindergarten First Grade and Second Grade Students New Classroom, Science Classroom, Teaching Science, Science Activities, Classroom Activities, Teaching Tools, Classroom Ideas, Science Ideas, Science Education

STEM Bins: Hands-on Solutions for Early Finishers

STEM Bins for Elementary Students 'I'm finished! What do I do now?' How many times during our teaching day do we hear these words from our students? Oftentimes, it is much too often, and students are provided a handful of the same options to keep them busy until our next transition. Sometimes students are instructed to read, sometimes to write in journals, and others are given yet another worksheet to complete. Lately, I've been considering a way to change up our game, and I've thought to…

Check out these practical tips for setting up your classroom and avoiding common rookie mistakes. I compiled a list of my best suggestions in this fun and usef Classroom Hacks, Classroom Setting, Music Classroom, Classroom Setup, Future Classroom, Classroom Design, Classroom Arrangement, Classroom Teacher, Hanging Classroom Decorations

Back to School Tips and Activities - Vol. 1

Getting ready for the beginning of the school year is never easy. Like so many teachers, I wasted hours and ran into problems in my first years in the classroom. It took me a while, but I figured lots of things out. Today, things run smoothly for me. I'd love to share my best tricks with you! Hopefully, the things I've learned will help you avoid making some of the mistakes I made, and make it easier for you to get Back to School! 1. Word Walls on a Budget If, like me, you don't have a large…

 Take time to reflect on student learning and create “Mindset Moments.” To learn more about mindsets in the classroom, and especially the difference between fixed and growth mindset Habits Of Mind, Visible Learning, Fixed Mindset, Responsive Classroom, Classroom Community, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Tools, Classroom Quotes

Teacher to Teacher Ideas in the Top Teaching Blog | Scholastic

Take time to reflect on student learning and create “Mindset Moments.” These small moments used to reflect on growing as a learner benefit not just those who share, but every student in your class.

Classroom organization and tips for your classroom! You will find at least one great new idea here! School Organization Tips For Students 2nd Grade Classroom, New Classroom, Classroom Setup, Classroom Design, Preschool Classroom, Clean Classroom, Book Bags Classroom, Classroom Mailboxes, Kindergarten Classroom Organization

Tips for the Classroom that Really Work

You'd think that now that I've left education that maybe I would stop with these posts, wouldn't you? Well, I've been wanting to do t...

LOTS of free resources for new teachers (binder covers, book bin labels, classroom job labels, welcome back postcards, and posters to hang around your classroom! First Grade Blogs, First Grade Teachers, First Grade Classroom, New Teachers, Awesome Teachers, Binder Covers Free, Teacher Binder Covers, Book Bin Labels, Classroom Jobs

Lyndsey Kuster — Recharge & Reignite Your Passion For Teaching

There is nothing more satisfying as a teacher than having the necessary materials and tools to help your students, right at your fingertips. Don’t you agree? That’s why I’m constantly brainstorming new ideas, resources, and >

Luckeyfrog's Lilypad: Open House or Meet the Teacher Night for New Teachers- FIVE freebies! Teacher Blogs, New Teachers, Teacher Hacks, Elementary Teacher, Teacher Resources, Teacher Binder, Teacher Stuff, Elementary Schools, Teacher Sayings

I Just Got a Teaching Job- Now What?!- Curriculum Overview (and Freebies)!

Well. It's that time of year where I can't seem to go shopping without picking up $20 worth of classroom stuff. Tonight I went to Goodwill, Target, Jo-Ann Fabrics, and Dollar Tree. That's 3 different spots to get things for $1, and a $0.69/ children's book section. And I checked out that $0.88 area at Wal-Mart yesterday. Oy. I don't even want to tell you how much I've spent. I think I need an intervention. If you are anything like me, you're sick of the posts full of questions. I know new…

Wrap this around the chair legs to make a kicking band for wigglers and movers. KindergartenWorks: 21 classroom things worth purchasing from the dollar tree Classroom Setting, Classroom Setup, Classroom Design, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Environment, Classroom Hacks, Teacher Organization, Teacher Hacks

21 Classroom Things Worth Purchasing from the Dollar Tree

As a teacher I set off to the Dollar Tree regularly in order to find good buys for my classroom. Here are my ideas on what's worth purchasing at the dollar tree as a kindergarten teacher. These items may be used exactly as they were intended or I may have a creative classroom purpose for it. I've purchased many things too that I've never used, or that broke quickly. {honest confession: we call it the $20 store since I never seem to make out of there for less} So here's my list of things…