1000 best new teacher survival secrets by Kathy Brenny, Kandace Martin

By Kathy Brenny, Kandace Martin

Guidance for the 1st 12 months and past! present day academics are outfitted with little greater than a four-year degreeand a semester of pupil educating after they face their very own classroomfor the 1st time. status in entrance of an overcrowded classroom-ofany grade level-can be a frightening and terrifying adventure. one thousand BestNew instructor Survival secrets and techniques is a must have source for brand spanking new teachers,covering very important concerns throughout all Read more...

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GETTING STARTED 19 During the first week of school, teach your students the procedures for lunch. Although this is a time for camaraderie, it can also be a time for making messes and not following lunchroom rules. With younger students, review the rules daily until they can recite the rules. With older students, review as necessary until behavior is appropriate. 59. 60. If you do not have lunch duty, consider sitting with your students or sitting at the faculty table for lunch. As you observe the students, watch who they are interacting with at the tables.

Since you don’t know the students for the first several weeks, an alphabetical placement will expedite many of the tasks you have to do. 56. Check the policy for field trips, and ask if the district has a standard permission slip or if you have to design one. If you need to design your own, be sure to include: • The building’s name, address, and phone number • Your name and the name of the class • Where the students are going • Location from where they depart and return • The date of the event • Time they leave and will return • If lunch is provided • How much spending money needs to be sent, if any • A line for the student’s name • A line for parents or guardians to sign and date • When the permission slip needs to be returned • Appropriate dress 57.

Also take time to organize your paper files. If you don’t use it, toss it. Clear away all stacks of papers. Save, file, or toss. Place confidential files in secure places. This will save you time later and you won’t be greeted by unfinished work when you return from the summer break. 109. 36 1000 BEST NEW TEACHER SURVIVAL SECRETS Take an inventory of all the textbooks and reference books that you have in your room. Take home what you think you’ll need to work on before returning in the weeks ahead.

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