Is your school offering anything for oversized classes? We're getting a stipend, $1000 extra per year per child over our target class size.
I have a difficult time not taking stress from school home with me. What are some ways you separate school and home?
I'm back to in-person learning, and I'm noticing my elementary kiddos are so much faster at completing work on the computer. I want to use technology, but I also want to make sure they're …
What technology are you provided by your IT department? We're given laptops and tablets, although I'm not sure how to best leverage use of my iPad.
What are some ways I can help my middle school students build leadership skills in the classroom?
Who is the most calming person in your building? I don't know what it is, but the lunch ladies at my elementary school always put a smile on my face.
Big interview tomorrow! How do you prepare for job interviews and what are your best tips for success?
What is your #1 tip for staying on track with correcting? I hate falling behind but can never seem to avoid it.
How do you address bullying in your classroom?
I have quite horrific penmanship. Some might say the worst in the whole world. If you can relate, what are your best tips for giving feedback/presenting info to students. Mine is that for essays - I a…
Best tips for teaching tedious texts like Shakespeare, The Illiad, etc.? My students and I are suffering with a long road ahead LOL
I love wearing graphic tees - the punnier and cornier the better. Anyone else? What are you favorite shops for shirts with funny quotes for the classroom?
Do you have a favorite water bottle? If I forget my Stanley at home I feel distraught (and dehydrated)!
I'm an elementary teacher, and I have limited space to store my hands-on manipulatives. What are some organizational items that have helped keep your classroom tidy?
I was asked to present a PD at our next PD Day on Literacy. It's my first presentation, and I'm nervous. Any advice?
Trying out flexible seating for the first time this year! Any tips on making the transition successful?
I have a kindergartener who is consistently 15-20 minutes late 3-4 times a week. I want to be empathetic and understanding, but they're also having a really difficult time adjusting in the morning…
I'm on FMLA, and I return to my classroom October 1st. How can I set my sub and students up for success at the beginning of the year?
How much did you receive for classroom supplies this year. I just found out I have $460, that's more than I've ever had.
Do you still teach your students to use a planner? Or do you teach them to use a digital tool like Google Calendar?
I'm creating a "First Day of School" slide deck with an about me and classroom expectations. What are some other must-haves you would include?