Mid-Career Teacher

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Inclusive education for special needs students

By The Editorial Team January 20, 2023

Inclusive education involves teaching all students in the same age-appropriate general education classroom at their local school, regardless of the challenges they face. The philosophy of inclusive education promotes the idea that students with disabilities are just as competent as students without disabilities. Successful inclusive education for students with disabilities involves accepting their differences, ensuring… Read More

An interview with ChatGPT about the value of it for teachers

By Jermaine Holmes January 19, 2023

Hello! I’m a member of the team that manages Resilient Educator. There’s been a lot of hype lately about the value of ChatGPT and machine learning, including how the technology impacts education. Here are some headlines about teachers’ reactions: A NY Times podcast interviewing an educator about the uses of artificial intelligence A Forbes article… Read More

Learning is a very personal experience. So much of a student’s ability to learn is dictated by context. Not just because of the framing of lesson plans, but by how aspects of their lives inform and affect their ability to grasp concepts. No educator wants a student to be left behind. It’s not always possible… Read More

Magnet School Teacher: Job Outlook, Education, and Salary

By The Editorial Team May 26, 2020

Magnet schools are valuable educational alternatives for students, providing a specialized education that balances traditional coursework with a focused area of study. Magnet schools come in all types, including art and STEM-specific schools, and are intended to foster diversity and bring together students with like interests. Unlike charter schools and private schools, which operate largely… Read More

Charter School Teacher: Job Outlook, Education, Salary

By The Editorial Team May 14, 2020

Charter schools are publicly funded yet operate independently, so they don’t have the same requirements as their local school districts. Charter school teachers can pursue their passion for different types of education, such as schools focusing on maths or the arts, or other types of schools like the Montessori school program. The growth rate for… Read More

10 Supplies Teachers Can’t Live Without

By Ashley Previte April 23, 2020

The smell of a fresh new notebook. The satisfying glide of a new gel pen. You know you’re a school supply junkie. And it’s okay — we’re in the same boat. Here’s a list of the 10 ultimate supplies teachers should never live without! 1. Sticky notes — all colors shapes and sizes What can’t… Read More

11 Top Podcasts For Teachers

By The Editorial Team February 8, 2020

Informational, entertaining, and accessible from your phone, tablet, or computer, podcasts have revolutionized the way the world accesses information. And they don’t require you to make more time in your day — you can listen to a podcast while you do life.  Here are 11 podcasts worthy of your attention as a passionate educator. Slip… Read More

#SendAFriendACard: The Power of Praise

By Darri Stephens February 6, 2020

Let’s face it. Teachers get little recognition for what they do. It’s true — in the grand scheme of things, while teachers’ daily hard work and contributions may be appreciated, they are often unacknowledged except for once-yearly Teacher Appreciation Week. When I was younger, I used to say that I wanted to be a teacher… Read More

Must-Have Teacher Gadgets for 2020

By The SHARE Team February 1, 2020

Classroom capabilities are ever-changing and evolving. New technologies are constantly emerging — making our jobs as educators easier and often more fulfilling, and creating a rich learning environment for our students. From the super high-tech to the simplest of innovations, new products can create a world of difference in your classroom. Interested in making some… Read More

How to Defuse Classroom Tension with Troublesome Teens

By Andy Earle January 28, 2020

Being a teacher, like any vocation, comes with its own unique set of rewards and frustrations. Serving as a mentor to developing minds gives you powerful influence over the lives of many people, but the hours and effort it takes to be a successful teacher can never be understated. One of the foremost difficulties is,… Read More

Have You Ever Said, “Thank God It’s Monday?”

By Ashley Previte January 20, 2020

Monday mornings often loom over us like a dark cloud of doom. In fact, they’re so ominous that we start our anxiety about them on Sundays. But are Mondays really that bad? Absolutely not! Finding reasons to love your Mondays can help you bounce out of bed ready to start your workweek. It’s all about… Read More

5 Ways to Balance Screen Time in the New Year

By Darri Stephens January 15, 2020

We know that many New Year’s resolutions center around the idea of balance: How can I have a more balanced life? How can I balance my personal and professional lives? How can I balance my screen time? Yep, that last one is not just an issue for kids. Guilty as charged! The statistics about screen… Read More

Many of us grew up loving Dr. Seuss books. To this day, you probably can recite at the very least a line or two of his rhymes by heart. Kids worship him, parents adore him, and teachers revere him. We teachers, in particular, have created Pinterest boards galore showcasing classroom projects, bulletin boards, and learning… Read More

#TeacherFails: Been There, Done That

By Darri Stephens December 26, 2019

Let’s admit it… misery likes company. In a more positive light, there is camaraderie and comfort found when we bond over common struggles (and successes). It speaks to the power of community and how we are not alone in our pursuits. Never has this been more true than in the field of teaching. Too often,… Read More

Resilient Educator’s Recommended Reading List

By Darri Stephens December 21, 2019

How many of you dreaded the summer reading list during your school years? Be honest! I was a voracious reader, yet would read anything and everything except those titles mandated by next year’s teacher; it was an annual battle each summer. Now as adults, many of us yearn to find the time to pop a… Read More