By Susan Guerrero, Laura Lowell
Written by way of an skilled educator, forty two ideas for common university lecturers (2nd version) is a set of private and functional expert suggestion on easy methods to thrive as an common institution instructor. those guiding most sensible practices advertise transparent connections to effectively making a studying group that helps scholars whereas protecting lecturers sane and winning. listed below are the foundations that would aid academics rule the varsity. even if it is your first 12 months educating, your final, or someplace in among, forty two ideas for common tuition lecturers (2nd version) provide you with effortless to enforce thoughts for being a very good and powerful educator.
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I had not been through a teacher’s training program or taught in a classroom. I needed a job and the school needed teachers. Apparently they needed them so badly that they’d even take me with my Master’s Degree in English and zero teaching experience. I thought I should at least look like a teacher so I applied a little make up, put on a skirt and blazer, pinned up my long hair and wore my best smile. Just looking like a professional helped me to meet my first class with an air of confidence I did not feel.
Think of the adoption materials as the rock in a stone soup. It’s not a magic stone; it’s just a common rock, one ingredient we all have access to. Throwing the rocks at each other is just painful. Filling a pot with just stones is dense, heavy and unappetizing. It’s going to take each individual in the whole village to get creative and contribute the special ingredients that only they can provide. Begin with the rock and together build a recipe for successfully nourishing students’ minds and souls.
As a role model to your class you have to be prepared, proactive, positive and have a clear plan for leading every student to success. You also have to create, maintain and nurture a great home/school connection with parents and guardians, collegial and collaborative partnerships with grade level partners and other colleagues including your supervisor How do you do this? Try utilizing some norms that students are often asked to use in interactions: Be open, honest and kind Assume positive intent Act with positive intentions Although these strategies are stated positively each can also be a directive to avoid: Gossiping, speaking negatively of students, parents, other teachers or your administrator Assuming purposeful negative behavior Reacting to issues or situations negatively There is no place in a professional learning culture for gossip and trash talking.
42 Rules for Elementary School Teachers. Real-Life Lessons and Practical Advice on How to Thrive in Today's Classroom by Susan Guerrero, Laura Lowell