Symbolism in the Devil and Tom Walker will help you teach financial literacy to your students. Use this lesson plan to teach young adults how to obtain and hold onto wealth.
In a tempest of insecurity, fears, and lack of self-worth, you can be the anchor for drifting students.
I have a picture. It shows an entire class of 30 students with their heads down. I took it my first year teaching for reasons I no longer recall. I look at it occasionally to remind myself how boring school is. It reminds me to get students involved.
Academic writing has very little application outside of the classroom. Exit the ivory tower and teach something useful. Knowing how to write instructions for instructional writing will benefit students for a lifetime.
You can run but you can’t hide. One of these days you’ll have to ditch the typewriter and the overhead projector and step up to modern technology. If not for yourself, do it for the kids. Integrating technology in the classroom is easier than you’d think.
For better or worse, standardized tests are here to stay. The teacher who succeeds is the teacher who prepares is class ahead of time for tests.
Most students don’t set goals because they don’t know how. You can be the hero by teaching them a simple goal-setting system that will provide lifelong returns.
Instead of complaining about all the things that go wrong during the first few weeks of teaching school, do something about it.
Instead of complaining about everything that goes wrong the first few weeks of school, do something about it.